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The Center for Personal Development
The Center for Personal Development is here to help students become successful in their college life, in relationships and in everyday life. Individuals who are seeking to meet their highest potential are those who take advantage of the opportunities that the Center for Personal Development offers. Services include:
Counseling and Psychological Services
Life as a college student demands personal strengths and problem-solving skills. Nearly every college student experiences a time when more strength and skill is needed. Counseling and Psychological Services provides confidential psychotherapy and individual problem solving counseling which provides and teaches the necessary strengths and skills. Any problem that is of concern to a student is an appropriate problem to bring to the counseling center. Professional psychotherapy, mental health counseling, learning disability consultation and addictions treatment are also available without charge. Please call (910) 630-7150 to make an appointment. Further information is located in the Counseling and Psychological Services link under Our Services.
Accessibility Resources/Disability Services
The Accessibility Resources/Disability Services Office is here to make sure that every student has an equal opportunity to achieve their goals. Our Director for Accessibility Resources/Disability Services, Linda Szulc, works with each student to ensure that their needs are met to the best of our ability. Please contact Ms. Szulc at 910-630-7402 or email Further information is located in the Accessibility Resources/Disability Services link under Our Services.
In the event of an injury resulting in a temporary physical disability, the student must present a medical note to the Health Clinic office located in West Hall. Our nurse will direct the student to Public Safety at (910) 630-7149. The university does not provide mobility equipment. However, an injured student is permitted to rent an electric wheelchair or scooter to be used to navigate on campus. In no case are students permitted to bring golf carts on campus for personal use.
The Center for Personal Development provides excellent opportunities for students wishing to begin a career path in counseling and psychology. Through the peer education program, students will gain training and experience in the human service field. Applications for work study and volunteer positions can be obtained by coming by the Center or via email at
Student Leaders at Methodist
Our mission is to recognize first year students with outstanding leadership potential; to encourage, motivate, train and offer mentorship as they step into leadership positions in student government, residential halls, and academic, athletic and other student organizations. We identify potential student leaders through nominations by faculty and staff. We train and motivate participants through leadership seminars and workshops. All participants who successfully complete the program are individually recognized at an Honors Dinner and are encouraged to become a part of the Monarch Leaders of the 21st Century campus organization. For more information, contact Harriet Stevenson, Coordinator, at