Our Services

Counseling and Problem Solving The Center for Personal Development is here to offer counseling and psychotherapy to students who have the capacity to resolve their own problems through collaboration with a counselor. While at Methodist, you will undoubtedly go through Read More …

Athletic Training Links

The following links can provide you with additional information about athletic training and other allied health professions. Davis Memorial Library PubMed Central American Academy of Family Physicians American Academy of Neurology American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons American Academy Pediatrics American Read More …

Endowed Scholarships

For Undergraduate Students Methodist University offers a variety of Endowed Scholarships. All endowed scholarships are offered annually by the Office of Financial Aid to full time (12 day hours) degree-seeking Day students, who have completed the Free Application for Federal Read More …

Laptop Requirement

As Methodist University continues to set the standard in preparation and adaptation for disruptions caused by COVID-19 (such as potential, immediate moves to remote learning), the University is requiring all students (undergraduate, graduate, and online) to have laptop computers for Read More …

Commuting Students

Methodist University’s relationship with commuters dates back to 1960 when we welcomed our first set of 44 part-time commuter students. Throughout the years those numbers have multiplied as we expanded our academics, services, and campus to grow and be more Read More …

Health Care Administration

Health Care Administration is one of the most exciting and challenging careers in modern society. It offers an opportunity to have an impact directly on people’s lives through the improvement of personal health services. The profession offers a challenge to Read More …

Fraternity & Sorority Life Parent Information

A Parent’s Guide to Fraternity & Sorority Life What kind of time commitment will this take? Joining any organization will require time commitment which students should consider before joining. Becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority will require a Read More …

Financial Aid Rights & Responsibilities

Financial aid awards are based on both the direct and indirect costs of attending Methodist. Statements of Account (monthly billings) are based on direct costs (tuition, room, board, and approved charges to a student’s account), minus financial aid and payments Read More …

Bookstore

Merchandise Show your Methodist University pride all year long with our authentic assortment of collegiate apparel – including Methodist University t-shirts, sweatshirts, gifts, hats and more. With sizes available for men and women, the whole family can cheer on the Read More …

Ways to Give

Methodist University connects donors with projects that they are passionate about. There are many ways to give, and the University’s Advancement staff is on hand to assist you in which method best suits your individual needs. Contact the Office of Read More …