Loyalty Campaign for Student Scholarships
All proceeds benefit the Loyalty Campaign Scholarship Fund
- Loyalty Campaign Community Celebration is Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
- For more information contact Alyson Fellers at (910) 630-7169.
- 2016 Loyalty Campaign Brochure
- To make a Loyalty Campaign donation, click here.
Dear Friends of MU:
I am glad to support the Methodist University Loyalty Day Campaign because of the great work that Methodist University does to develop students for success and empower them to become leaders. Methodist University provides a high quality education in a diverse environment, and Methodist University is currently celebrating 60 years of developing, teaching, growing, and empowering students for success. From the founding of Methodist College in 1956, BB&T recognized that supporting the valuable work of Methodist College that grew into Methodist University was an important thing to do, and something that is positively impactful to our community of Fayetteville. Like those before me at BB&T, I am very pleased to continue supporting Methodist University during this Campaign and by being engaged with Methodist University.
Methodist University has a tremendously positive impact on its students and therefore on our community and society. With 95 percent of the students at Methodist University benefitting from the efforts of the Loyalty Day Campaign, it is a very worthy investment to make in the lives of these talented young people and in supporting the mission of the University. To learn more about how these scholarships help to support the students, please review the impressive student testimonials on the Methodist University website.
Please join this effort to support these deserving students by making a tax-deductible gift to the Methodist University Loyalty Day Campaign and know that it will make a positive difference and have a positive impact on deserving students.
BB&T, Market President
"As a child, I grew up visiting the Methodist campus. I have witnessed the growth and development of buildings as well as programs. When it was time for me to decide where I wanted to go to school, Methodist was at the top of my list. With the help from donors, I’ve grown personally and academically through a variety of engaging opportunities. Whether I am on the soccer field or in the biology lab I feel the impact that donors have on my success on a daily basis. I appreciate all of the support from those that given their time, talents and treasures to better this place that I will forever call my home."
Trevor Hendricks, Class of 2018
Biology with a minor in Chemistry
"Methodist University has given me a family and home away from home. When I got here, I found my 'one thing' and have continued to fall in love with the place that I call my home. Thank you for affording me the opportunity to attend MU and receive a college education."
Nina Gibbs, Class of 2019
Biology with a minor in Psychology
"Scholarships are very important to me. Without the grants I receive from Methodist, I wouldn’t be able to attend this great university. I am forever grateful to our donors for their contributions to these scholarships and grants. Not only do they help me, but they make it possible for hundreds of students on this campus to attend Methodist University."
Bradley White, Class of 2019
"Scholarship donors have eased the financial burden that I will face upon graduating from MU. I am so honored to serve as a student Phonathon caller to engage and thank our alumni donors, but also to be a part of the Loyalty Campaign for student scholarships to thank our community donors as well."
Kayla McLoughlin, Class of 2018
"The main thing that brought me to Methodist University was the opportunity to continue to play football at a collegiate level. What kept me here were all the opportunities that were presented to me. I was able to branch out of my comfort zone, try new things, and develop my leadership skills. Scholarships have been very important for me to continue my journey here at Methodist. Coming from a single-parent home where my mother is sending her two sons, my twin brother and I, to school at the same is a challenge. Thank you so much for all you do for Methodist University."
Jason Sparrow, Class of 2017
Computer Information Technology
SGA President, 2016-2017