Writing Center: Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I come to the Writing Center? Our writing consultants are experienced writers who are trained to help you. You’ll receive expert feedback that‘s tailored to your writing project and your particular needs. Also, we try not only to Read More …

Marketing

Marketing traditionally has been defined as the Four P’s (product, place, price, and promotion). This includes the process of planning and executing the conception of a good or service (product), identifying a mutual pricing point (price), finding the correct promotional Read More …

Reporting Sexual Misconduct

Individuals who have experienced Sexual Misconduct may make a report to Methodist University’s Title IX Coordinator: Debra Yeatts, at (910) 630-7385 or dyeatts@methodist.edu. Complaints involving students will be forwarded to the Dean of Students’ office for processing.  Students may also Read More …

Interlibrary Loan

General Information Log in Information First time users will need to create an account. Click here to read and agree to the terms and conditions and create an account. If you have an account, and have forgotten your password, please Read More …

Campus Parking & Vehicle Registration

Do I have to register my vehicle in order to park on the MU campus? Methodist University students, faculty, and staff members are required to register with the Department of Public Safety all vehicles parked or driven on campus. Where Read More …

Writing Center Student Resources

Your writing doesn’t always take place during Writing Center hours.  And you can’t always remember what the first steps are in writing a paper or how to figure out your thesis statement or what the seven “fanboys” conjunctions are. Then Read More …

Health Care Administration

Health Care Administration is one of the most exciting and challenging careers in modern society. It offers an opportunity to have an impact directly on people’s lives through the improvement of personal health services. The profession offers a challenge to Read More …

Computer Science

Computer science is the systematic study of computers and of the phenomena of computing. Formal properties are given more emphasis than realizations or applications. A major objective of the discipline is the formulation of a systematic body of knowledge to Read More …

Graduate Programs

Our Graduate Programs extend the University’s overall mission to the graduate level, combining a professional emphasis with scholarship and critical analysis, and instilling in their graduates the importance of lifelong learning to support professional development. Currently, Methodist University offers four Read More …

General Studies

Degree Awarded Associate of Arts (A.A.) – available both online and on-campus Online A.A. in General Studies Methodist University’s 100% online associate degree in general studies is structured to give you a platform to advance your career. Designed for students Read More …