Student Facilities

Student Facilities

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Berns Student Center

Berns Student Center is the central connection for all students. It is open seven days a week and offers a variety of services for students. Need a study break? Come over to the Berns. Here is where you can take your best shot at some ping pong, play a game of pool, challenge your friends to an XBOX or Wii match, and much more. All you need is your MU Student ID and you can check out all sorts of recreation equipment.


Chris's House

Chris's House appears to be small home nestled between the Riddle Center and the residence halls, but the little house is a great deal more.  Students can hang out at Chris's House with all the comforts of home.  Behind Chris's House is a large deck where students can enjoy the sun by day or gather for a cookout in the evening.


Nimocks Fitness Center

The Nimocks Fitness Center contains a full line of cardio equipment, such as treadmills, striders, ellipticals, recumbent bikes, and spinning bikes, along with weight machines and an indoor track. This facility has a multi-purpose gym available for basketball and volleyball.

The Nimocks Fitness Center is available for all current MU student, faculty and staff use during listed hours. All participants MUST present current Methodist University ID card to enter and use the Nimocks Fitness Center at any time.  Users of the facility must comply with the member regulations listed on the Nimocks Fitness Center page.

Front Desk Phone: (910) 630-7440

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PGA Summer Experience

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General Shelton Leadership Challenge

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