Alternative Loans

Alternative student loans are offered by banks or lending institutions to help students and parents bridge the gap between the cost of education and the amount of financial aid received. These loans are credit based supplemental loans not guaranteed by Read More …

Accounting Courses

(GP) indicates that the course fulfills the Global Perspective Elective general education core requirement. ACC 1510 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (3 s.h.) Fundamentals of financial accounting, with an emphasis on understanding the use of the accounting information system and analyzing 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 …

Academic Calendar: Methodist University Online

The 2021-2022 Academic Year At the discretion of the University, changes may be made to the following. Fall 2021 Term I Note – This schedule is for fully online programs offered through Methodist University Online. Individual online courses offered through Read More …

Academic Support for Methodist University Online Students

Academic Advising Your Academic Advisor is your main point of contact for questions about your course schedules and your progress to degree. Contact: Email online@methodist.edu or call (910) 212-4956 or 1 (855-474-8222 (Toll-Free) Financial Aid Canvas Learning Management System Canvas Read More …

Financial Aid Terms & Concepts

1040 Form The Federal Income Tax Return. Every person who has received income during the previous year must file a form 1040 with the IRS by April 15. 1099 Form Form used by businesses to report income paid to a Read More …

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 …

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 …