Information for Current Students
Methodist University is about place. More important, it is about people who call this place home. It is about a “culture of excellence,” which is comprised of signature people, programs, and facilities. And as I have said many times before, without signature people, the other two wouldn’t matter. Without signature people, place wouldn’t matter.
A University is and should be defined by its people. On many occasions, I have emphasized how “signature people” are the ones who insist upon excellence and will settle for nothing less, especially at a place they love.
— Dr. Ben Hancock, Jr., President
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.
The campus student information system, where you can find class schedules and registration, unofficial transcripts and your student record, your account information from the Business Office, and much more.
On this page, you will find all of the currently active academic catalogues, including the current undergraduate and graduate catalogues and catalogues from the previous five academic years.
Download the latest MU Student Handbook, which provides detailed information about policies and procedures relating to being an MU student.
Access the Exam Schedule in order to find out when classes in the Undergraduate Day program meet for their final exams.
Access forms students need to change major, minor, advisor, etc. View guidelines for the awarding of transfer credit. Request visting student letters and transcripts.
On this Web site, get information concerning academic support services. MU offers tutoring in a variety of subjects and a full-service Writing Center. Obtain curriculum checksheets and four-year plans for the degrees of your choice. Our Testing Center can help you arrange CLEP tests that award college credit.
Our office helps students to focus on what they plan to do after college. Career Services holds resumé and interviewing workshops and career fairs, as well as arranging student internships. Career Services encourages students to come in early in their student careers so that the preparations for life after graduation can begin as soon as possible.
The transition to college life can be difficult for young adults. The professional counselors in our Center for Personal Development are here to help students who need someone to listen. It is our mission to help students become successful in their college life, in relationships and in everyday life.
Methodist University complies with the Americans with Disabilities legislation. Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations may register with our office to get the assistance they need for success.
Get the latest Financial Aid information and forms to stay up-to-date with your award package.
The Methodist University Business Office has set up this page to provide students with information on due dates and payment options for students carrying balances for upcoming semesters.
Visit this site for information on obtaining Federal and institutional work study on campus.
Get the latest Monarchs sports news and information on your favorite teams here!
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 religious life, 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.
In addition to the List of Required Textbooks, visit this site to find bookstore hours and return policy and to purchase MU apparel.
For graduating seniors, this site contains information about the Baccalaureate and Graduation ceremonies, inlcuding obtaining caps and gowns, conducting exit interviews, and making sure all other requirements are met.