Information for prospective students at Methodist University
More than 40 years ago, as a first-generation college student with many hurdles to overcome, I felt that “I’m not supposed to be here.” What made the difference in my journey were wonderful faculty mentors, capable staff, and engaging classmates who brought out the best in me. It’s amazing how little has changed in over four decades. The things that mattered to me still matter to today’s students.
So here’s my answer to these students who might say, “I’m not supposed to be here.” I say, “Welcome. You are supposed to be here. We have been waiting for you and are prepared to provide you with an amazing journey.”
— Dr. Ben Hancock, Jr., President
Visit this Web site to read a brief profile of Methodist University, including its history, facilities, academic programs, NCAA athletics, alumni, and student organizations.
The main Web site for requesting information and applying to MU. The site contains helpful information about things you should consider when researching a college and the steps you should take once accepted by MU. You can find information here for any type of admission: freshman, transfer, international, evening/online, or graduate.
If you have never been to our beautiful campus, we hope you'll make arrangements to visit us! This page will put you in contact with an admissions counselor who can schedule your visit. Also on this page, you'll find driving directions to MU and a listing of area hotels.
This Web site contains information on various means of paying for college. A large number of scholarships are described in detail and there is a Financial Aid Calculator tool that can help you determine your financial need and your potential aid package.
Regardless of whether you are entering college as a first-time freshman or returning to go to graduate school, browsing these links will help you find a program that will pique your interest.
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. Students can participate in programs in the Lura S. Tally Center for Leadership Dvelopment, the Center for Community Engagement, the Center for Global Education, and the Center for Undergraduate Research & Creativity.
Get information on our 19 NCAA-III intercollegiate sports teams here. If you're interested in a particular sport, visit that sport's page to complete a recruit questionnaire.
The above Web site describes the student life experience on the MU Campus. Our Student Activities program has been ranked in the Top 5 in the nation by Campus Activities Magazine for four of the last five years. There are numerous opportunities to get involved in clubs and organizations, including campus ministry, campus recreation and intramurals, and student media. The Web site also contains information on Health Services, immunization requirements, and Dining Services at Methodist University.
On this Web site, you'll find information about living on campus. View photos, floor plans, and descriptions of our residential facilities, and gain an insight into residence life programs.
Find information on campus fraternities and sororities on this site. Students in Greek organizations participate in special activities and have the opportunity to live in Greek Village housing.
Methodist University does not discriminate on the basis of sex and is prohibited from doing so by Title IX.