Information for Military Students
There has never been a great university without a great community, and there is no more important element of our community than Ft. Bragg. MU benefits through collaborative educational programs, for sure, but there is so much more. We want to show our service members that we appreciate their sacrifices, both on the field and off, and we are willing to do what we can during times of uncertainty. "Military friendly" is not just a tagline—it’s a commitment we take seriously.
—Dr. Ben Hancock, Jr., President
Our office on post services our active-duty military students. Visit here for more information on the office, where military students can receive financial aid consultation, register for classes, and receive academic advising. On our Fort Bragg Campus, students can take MU at Night classes toward their degree, and even earn entire degrees in Business Administration or Environmental & Occupational Management without setting foot on the main campus.
Visit here for information on aid for veterans, spouses, and dependents. From the G. I. Bill to the Yellow Ribbon Program, this site can answer your questions about veteran benefits.
The Army ROTC Green To Gold Scholarship Program provides active duty service members who have decided to leave, or are considering leaving active duty, an opportunity to complete their baccalaureate degree at Methodist University and obtain a commission through the ROTC scholarship program. Quality enlisted soldiers with officer potential, who have served at least two years on active duty, are allowed to voluntarily request discharge from active duty to enroll in Army ROTC.
Visit this site to learn about degrees that can be completed entirely through the evening program. The site also contains other information, such as term dates, tuition and financial aid information, and contacts for MU at Night staff.
Day and evening students can complement their schedule with online courses. Although there are no programs entirely available through MU Online, students can take certain core and upper-level courses in an asynchronous, online environment.
The campus student information system, where you can find class schedules and registration, unofficial transcripts and your student record, your account information from the Business Office, and much more.
Access forms students need to change major, minor, advisor, etc. Use the site's convenient GPA calculator and see a countdown to graduation. View guidelines for the awarding of transfer credit. Request visting student letters and transcripts.
On this Web site, get information concerning academic support services. MU offers tutoring in a variety of subjects and a full-service Writing Center. Obtain curriculum checksheets and four-year plans for the degrees of your choice. Our Testing Center can help you arrange CLEP tests that award college credit. You can also easily evaluate previous CLEP or DANTES exams you've taken.
Our office helps students to focus on what they plan to do after college. Career Services holds resumé and interviewing workshops and career fairs, as well as arranging student internships. Career Services encourages students to come in early in their student careers so that the preparations for life after graduation can begin as soon as possible.
The transition to college life can be difficult for students of any age. The professional counselors in our Center for Personal Development are here to help students who need someone to listen. It is our mission to help students become successful in their college life, in relationships and in everyday life.
Methodist University complies with the Americans with Disabilities legislation. Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations may register with our office to get the assistance they need for success.
For graduating seniors, this site contains information about the Baccalaureate and Graduation ceremonies, inlcuding obtaining caps and gowns, conducting exit interviews, and making sure all other requirements are met.