Academic Support & Career Advising
Methodist University wants to do everything we can to make sure you succeed. Our Academic Services staff is dedicated to providing a culture of excellence in every facet of our students’ college experience.
One Stop provides students’ academic support and academic and career advising. Located in the Davis Memorial Library, students can go to One Stop for academic services and support. It is the mission of the One Stop to provide students a centralized network for academic and career advising and academic resources.
Monarch Tutoring Center
Academic tutoring is available to all Methodist University students. Students may come to the chosen location at any time the schedule indicates that tutoring is available. No appointments are necessary. Students should bring books and applicable supplementary materials.
The Writing Center exists to help you—MU students, staff, and faculty—with all your writing projects, from academic to professional, creative or personal writing. We strive to create a welcoming, non-judgmental service in which all writers, whether experienced or not, can develop their writing skills.
Accessibility & Disability Resources
Methodist University is committed to giving students with disabilities equal access to an education firmly grounded in the liberal arts tradition; to nurture moral values and ethical decision making; to prepare students for a variety of careers; and to provide educational and cultural services and resources to the community.
Academic Success Plan
The One Stop offers the Academic Success Plan (ASP) to assist students who are on academic probation reach good academic standing.
Students can get course credit by examination via CLEP exams administered at MU. Credit can also be received for some classes by taking challenge exams.
Academic & Career Advising
Academic and Career Advisors are students’ main points of contact for questions about course schedules, progress to degree, and career advisement. All students are assigned an Academic and Career Advisor and remain with their advisor throughout their enrollment at the university.
Our staff provides guidance in the development of skills necessary to obtain internships, employment and career satisfaction. These skills also help with the management of life-long career strategies and success in a global and rapidly changing workforce.
Register for classes via your account in the myMU Portal, which links from here. Consult with your Academic & Career Advisor about registration clearance.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to learn skills necessary for your future career. There are many different types of positions on campus, and we encourage you to find the one that will best suit your interests, major or career plans.
Internships & Experiential Learning
Some internships can be taken for credit, and they are part of many academic programs. Non-credit internships can also be taken to gain real-world experience.