Trustees Name Interim MU President

The Methodist University Board of Trustees has named Dr. Delmas S. Crisp, Jr., as Interim President of the University. Board of Trustees Chairman Mac Healy made the announcement today, March 23, at the University's monthly faculty meeting. Crisp, the University's Provost, will assume the title of Interim President on June 1, following President Ben Hancock's retirement on May 31 after an eight-year tenure.

Methodist University Prepares to Celebrate Holy Week

As Christians commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus this week, Methodist University Campus Ministry has planned many activities and services for Holy Week.

Some of the events are open to the public, but media are invited to attend activities throughout the week of March 26 to April 1.

Annual Womack Lectures to Feature Dr. Brian Britt of Virginia Tech on Mar. 21

Dr. Brian Britt, a professor in the Department of Religion and Culture at Virginia Tech, will be featured during the annual Womack Lectures at Methodist University March 21. Both lectures are free and open to the public.

The Womack Lectures will be held in Yarborough Auditorium in Clark Hall. There will be two presentations by Britt. One, titled “New Tablets for a New World: The Book of Exodus in Chagall’s Moses,” will begin at 11 a.m., during the University's Weekly Chapel hour.

Methodist University to Offer Wide Variety of Summer Camps for Local Youth

As summer approaches, parents are likely looking for the perfect activity to keep their children’s minds and bodies active.

Methodist University offers a wide variety of summer academic, music, and athletic camps for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. For a complete listing of camps, visit or call 910.630.7000. For more information on athletic summer camps, visit or call 910.630.7175.

Methodist University to Host 22nd Annual B.F. Stone Lyceum

Methodist University announces the presenters of the 22nd annual B.F. Stone Endowed Lyceum, Dr. George Hendricks, Dr. Vijay Antharam, Tom Johnston, and Dr. Joel Sattgast. Every year, a scholarly project from Methodist University faculty is chosen to be presented at the Lyceum, a special lecture event. This year’s presentation brings together several path-breaking presentations under the umbrella concept of “In Defense of the University.”

T-Pain, Hunter Hayes to Perform at Methodist University

Two-time Grammy winner and hip-hop artist T-Pain and country singer Hunter Hayes will perform at Methodist University on Thursday, March 22, in the March F. Riddle Center. Rock band We the Kings will open the concert.


Opening Convocation

President Stanley T. Wearden will present his State of the University address.  New faculty will be introduced and several athletic awards, including...

Foreign Film Series presents “L’Amica Geniale (My Brilliant Friend)”

A woman recounts the lifelong friendship and conflicts with a girl she met at primary school in Naples during the early 1950s.

Director: Elena...

Friends of Music presents Arta Prekadini, Violinist

Presented by Friends of Music