Information for Parents

I have received so many compliments from new students, families, and other visitors about our University. While they have been very impressed with the physical improvements we continue to make to the campus, what impresses them the most are the people at Methodist. As one mother of a new student told me, there are many good colleges between our home in New York and here in North Carolina, but it was the people who brought us here and why our son decided on Methodist.

—Dr. Ben Hancock, Jr., President


Parent Programs

MU Parent Programs coordinates Parents Weekend in conjunction with Homecoming each year.

Information for Parents & Families of Pospective Students

Helping your student find the right college or university is an exciting time. We hope that you will embrace the process as your son or daughter explores Methodist University. The resources found on this page will help you understand the admissions and financial aid process at Methodist University.

Academic Calendar

Parents can check here for important dates.

Registrar's Office

Parents can visit this site for information on academic policies.  The Registrar's Office can only share student information with parents if the office has a FERPA form on file, signed by the student, authorizing the release of information to a parent.

Center for Personal Development

Parents can access information about counseling services available to students.

University News

Browse the latest news releases.

Public Events Calendar

Click on Public Events to pull up events that are open to the public.

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