A Brief History of Methodist University

Written by William H. Billings ’68, Kim Hasty, and Michael C. Molter ’94 Edited by Michael C. Molter ’94 In 1955, a citizens’ group in Fayetteville, N.C., began discussing the possibility of bringing a private college to the city. The 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 …

Writing Center: Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I come to the Writing Center? Our writing consultants are experienced writers who are trained to help you. You’ll receive expert feedback that is tailored to your writing project and your particular needs. Also, we try not only Read More …

Canvas Student Support: Course Navigation

Standard Navigation Menu Options The following sections explain the parts of Methodist University’s Online Course Template and what you can expect to find in each location. Home This is the course home page. Most courses have a course landing page Read More …

Remote Proctoring Option for Online Classes

If remote proctoring is to be utilized in an online course, the instructor must place a statement to that effect in the course syllabus and inform the students on the first day of the course via an announcement. Costs associated Read More …

Academic Policies for Methodist University Online

Academic Calendar Methodist University Online Academic Calendars (2021-22) Academic Catalogue All Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Policies are available in the respective catalogue: 2021-22 MU Online Academic Catalogue Undergraduate Attendance Policy Regular class preparation, attendance, and participation are the best predictors Read More …

What Are Internships?

“An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skill development in a professional setting.” (Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS), Professional Standards, 6th edition) Read More …

About the Fort Bragg Campus

The Fort Bragg Campus is a one-stop-shop for service members and their dependents. Services provided to our students include, but are not limited to, informing students about University degree programs, evening admissions and registration, course selection and advisement, GoArmyEd account Read More …