Financial Aid

Office Information Campus Location: Joe W. Stout Hall Telephone Number: (910) 630-7192/7193 or (800) 488-7110 (toll-free) Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm Fax Number: (910) 630-7285 Mailing Address: Methodist University: Office of Financial Aid, 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, Read More …

Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Professional programs at Methodist University are not majors, but rather academic advising tracks which allow students to pursue an undergraduate degree which will prepare them for professional graduate education. Methodist University graduates are highly sought after by graduate schools, and Read More …

Graduation

Commencement is a long-standing tradition that celebrates the achievements of our graduates. It is the culmination of our students’ hard work over the course of the last four years (and sometimes even longer), and in the case of our graduate Read More …

Authorization & Student Complaint Procedures by State

State Authorization is a legal issue dealing with an institution’s adherence to state requirements for colleges to secure authorization to offer instruction in that state. Methodist students who desire to resolve a grievance are encouraged to follow the University’s Student Read More …

Forward Together: Vaccination Requirements & FAQs

Methodist University requires proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 in order to live, work, attend on-campus classes, and participate in official MU activities (including in-person events on or off campus) during the 2022-23 academic year. MU also offers the opportunity 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 …

Canvas Student Support: 10 Tips for Online Success

Have regular, reliable access to a computer and Internet service. You should have at least one backup computer—either personal or borrowed—in the event your primary computer goes down. Additionally, you need to have a reliable way to access the Internet. Read More …

Journalism

The Journalism Concentration in the Mass Communications major is intended to prepare students for work in the field of journalism, whether it be in print, on the radio or TV, or on the Internet. The same journalistic principles apply to Read More …

Searching for Internship Opportunities

Before applying to internships, it is recommended that you meet with someone in the University’s Career Services Office to review your resume and cover letter and help you prepare for interviews. You can find internship opportunities in a variety of Read More …