The MU Journey

The MU Journey

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The Four Pathways of the Methodist University Journey

The Methodist University Journey focuses on increasing opportunities for students to be engaged inside and outside of the classroom, fulfilling the institution's motto to engage, enrich, and empower its students and community.

The Lura S. Tally Center for Leadership Development will prepare students for effective leadership by empowering them with the knowledge, values, skills, and experiences necessary to achieve positive change in the community and workplace. Every student will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of leadership development activities to build a critical set of effective leadership skills.
 
The Center for Community Engagement will provide opportunities for students to participate in measurable, time-limited, problem-solving and community-based experiences. This pathway of the MU Journey provides opportunities for students to improve their local community in ways that extend beyond basic volunteerism.
 
The Center for Global Education will enrich the lives of Methodist University students by providing increased opportunities for every undergraduate to study abroad, with a goal of increasing the number of international students at Methodist University to 200.
 
The Center for Research and Creativity will provide students with opportunities to conduct original research and creative projects that will increase their competitiveness and readiness for graduate school and/or their chosen careers.
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