Message from the Dean of Students

Dr. William WalkerWelcome to the Division of Student Affairs at Methodist University! Your visit gives us an opportunity to share some of the great things that we are doing at Methodist. I hope you look around, ask questions, and stop by to enjoy some of our programs and services. Our mission is to assist students with every aspect of university life as they navigate through the MU journey.


Dr. William H. Walker
Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

  • Reverend Kelli Taylor places ash on the forehead of a Methodist University student on Ash Wednesday

    Religious Life & Community Engagement

    Religious Life & Community Engagement offers opportunities for students of all faiths interested in campus religious life or service in local communities.

  • A student exercises in Nimocks Fitness Center

    Health & Wellness

    At Methodist University, the health and wellness of our students, faculty, and staff is important to us. Please visit here to learn more.

  • Housing & Residence Life

    Research has proven that students who live in the residence halls are more likely to achieve a higher GPA, complete a degree in four years, participate in more activities, and have a positive self-image.

  • Student Services

    Methodist University understands it takes a little bit of help both in and out of the classroom to succeed. See how we can help you on your journey.

  • Students perform in Pangea, the annual international festival

    Get Involved

    Are you looking to get involved on campus? Well, look no further than the Campus Engagement Office! We are here to help you find “your thing” – whether it’s an intramural sports team, a fraternity or sorority, or an academic honor society. 

  • Methodist University student poses with a family member and President Stanley T. Wearden at a spring commencement graduation at Segra Stadium


    Commencement is a long-standing tradition that celebrates the achievements of our graduates.

  • Green plants and trees at Methodist University campus

    Public Safety & Security

    The Department of Public Safety works 24-7-365 to help keep Methodist University a safer and more secure place to learn, live, work, and grow. 

  • Methodist University students recruiting at an organization fair at Berns Student Center

    Student Affairs Office

    Find information on the Student Affairs Office, Co-Curricular Transcripts, and Sexual Violence Prevention & Response.