Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc. awarded an $8,335 grant to Methodist University for expansion of the Methodist Kids Association at Margaret Willis Elementary School.
Following her graduation from Methodist University’s Physician Assistant Program (MUPAP) in 2019, Madeline Monday made the decision to be voluntarily assigned to work in a New York hospital in the beginning stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Art has few limitations, and COVID-19 is not one of them. That is why five Methodist University seniors in the Graphic Design program will be hosting a virtual Senior Exhibition on April 24, 2020, to show off their projects.
Due to the impact of COVID-19, and for the health and safety of the Fayetteville community and our participants, Methodist University has cancelled its summer camps.
The David McCune International Art Gallery is pleased to present an invitational exhibition, “Regional Artistry: A Unified Vision,” a dynamic and eclectic fusion of works by local and regional artists.
Methodist University and its Athletics department are partnering with local businesses and the Fayetteville community to raise money to pay for mammograms for underserved women in the area, and to fund research opportunities around the state and nation. The following Read More …
Katie Strain, a junior Elementary Education major, believes the generosity of donors helps her and many other students at Methodist University earn their education and realize their dreams. “Your generous gifts empower us as students to fulfill our lifelong dreams,” Read More …