Academic Support

Academic & Career Advising

Academic & Career Advising – Academic and Career Advisors are students’ main points of contact for questions about course schedules and progress to degree. Students can locate advisor information by accessing the “Advising” tab on the myMU portal. Scroll down to the “Advisor Information” section. Students will also see the chair of their department listed as a resource. and Advisor Email Address are displayed.

Contact: Academic & Career Advising Center, (910) 630-7333


Accessibility & Disability Services

Our institution values diversity and inclusion; we are committed to a climate of mutual respect and full participation. Our goal is to create learning environments that are usable, equitable, inclusive and welcoming. If there are aspects of the instruction or design of this course that result in barriers to your inclusion or accurate assessment or achievement, please notify the instructor as soon as possible. Methodist University respects and welcomes students of all backgrounds and abilities.

In the event you encounter any barrier(s) to full participation in this course due to the impact of a disability, please contact Diana Garcia, Coordinator for the Office of Accessibility & Disability Resources at dgarcia@methodist.edu and/or (910) 630-7402.

The Accessibility and Disability Resources office is located on the second floor of Davis Memorial Library.


The Writing Center

The Writing Center offers writing support and coaching to individuals and groups, and to faculty and staff as well as students. Students can schedule their consultations at https://methodist.mywconline.com/index.php?.

Contact: Rebecca King, Director, Writing Center, reking@methodist.edu


The Monarch Tutoring & Testing Center

Location: Davis Memorial Library

Tutoring Appointments: Contact Tavares Hunter, Director of Academic Support & Student Services, at tthunter@methodist.edu, (910) 630-7249


Davis Memorial Library

Davis Memorial Library has a full range of services that are available to Methodist University students. This includes access to Davis Memorial Library’s Online Catalog and LibGuides, collections of digital resources grouped by subject. You can also browse Digital Resources A-Z.

Circulation Desk:  (910) 630-7645
Reference Desk:  (910) 630-7123

Make an Appointment with a Librarian


Canvas and IT Support & Resources

Canvas and IT Support and Resources Web Site

Note: If you are using the Canvas Student app, please review the following Canvas Student Guides for additional support:


Textbooks

If you live in the Fayetteville area, you can visit the Methodist University Book Store, located in the Berns Student Center, to purchase your books.  However, you may also order textbooks from the Methodist University Book Store online. If you have any questions, call the book store at (910) 630-7227.