Methodist University to Host 17th Annual Bullard-Templeton Lecture March 13

Methodist University’s 17th annual Bullard-Templeton Lecture on Science and Religion will feature Lawrence Principe, who will speak on “The Origin of Life and Evolution: Must Science and Religion Disagree?” The lecture will take place at 11 a.m. on March 13 in the Physician Assistant Auditorium in the Medical Lecture Hall. This event is free and open to the public.

Loyalty Campaign Goal Set at $200,000

Methodist University’s 62nd annual Loyalty Campaign will be celebrated on Tuesday, Feb. 28. The goal this year is to raise $200,000 for student scholarships.

In the days leading up to Feb. 28, 20 teams made of up of 150 community volunteers will personally reach out to more than 2,000 individuals off campus to ask them to make a gift to the Loyalty Campaign for Student Scholarships. More than 10,000 alumni and friends will also be solicited nationwide.

Methodist University to Present "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" This Month

This month, Methodist University will present “The Great American Trailer Park Musical,” featuring an all-student cast. The musical will run from Feb. 16 to 18 at 8 nightly and at 2 p.m. on Feb. 19 Tickets are $10 for adults; $7 for military, seniors, and students; and free for MU ID holders.

Methodist University to Host 11th Annual Play4Kay Game

This year’s Play4Kay women’s basketball event will be held on Feb. 11 at 4 p.m. in the March F. Riddle Center on the campus of Methodist University. The event will feature a silent auction and special recognition for cancer patients and survivors during halftime. Merchandise is currently on sale in the Methodist University bookstore or by pre-order through Women’s Basketball Coach DeeDee Jarman’s office.

Methodist University Announces Black History Month Events

Several events will be held during the month of February in celebration of Black History Month. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

February 6 – Methodist University’s Spring Convocation, which annually holds a Black History Month theme, will feature Dr. Eric Mansfield, founder of Cape Fear Otolaryngology in Fayetteville, who will speak on “Challenges That African Americans Face in Education, Health, and Profession.” His lecture will begin at 11 a.m. in Huff Concert Hall.


"Impressionism to Modernism: Masterworks of Early Photography"

Methodist University and the David McCune International Art Gallery are pleased to present "Impressionism to Modernism: Masterworks of Early...

Fayetteville Symphony Piano Trio

This event has been rescheduled.  It was postponed in October due to Hurricane Matthew.

Presented by Friends of Music


Writing for Success: From Research to Real World Panel Discussion

You’ve written research papers throughout your college career, and now you’re off to the professional world or to pursue a graduate degree. Guess what...