Student Involvement Center

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Getting Involved

Student Involvement Center logoAre you looking to get involved on campus? Are you looking for a way to meet new friends? Do you want to make an impact on your community? Well, look no more, visit the Student Involvement Center today! We are here to help you find your “one thing”. If it’s an intramural sports team, a fraternity or sorority, or an Academic Honor Society, the Office of Student Involvement is the central gateway for student life involvement outside of the classroom. The great Alexander Astin stated that “Students learn more and more when they are involved in both academic and social aspects of the collegiate experience.”

The mission of the Student Involvement Center is to provide meaningful, high quality out-of-class opportunities through programs and experiences that foster student leadership and leadership development, participation in student clubs and organizations, assist with the development of a healthy active lifestyle, and create involvement and service opportunities at Methodist University and in the greater community.

What does it mean to “be involved” on campus?

Methodist University offers many opportunities for involvement through a wide range of activities, including:

How can the Student Involvement Center help you?

Here are a few things we can do for you:

  • Set you up with an Involvement Counselor to help you find what is the best fit for you
  • Provide for you personality strengths test, to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Provide leadership training for all student leaders across campus
  • Provide a Student Monthly Newsletter for Involvement, including all campus calendar of events
  • Provide for you involvement opportunities throughout on campus and the off campus community
  • Provide for you a learning environment outside of the classroom

Whom do I contact for more information?

Doris Munoz
Associate Dean of Students & Director of Student Involvement
(910) 630-7022
dmunoz@methodist.edu

Student Involvement Center Staff

Doris Munoz

Doris Munoz, M.A.T.

Associate Dean of Students; Director, Student Involvement Center
(910) 630-7022
Berns Student Center
Doris Munoz
Doris Munoz, M.A.T.

Associate Dean of Students; Director, Student Involvement Center

B.S., Methodist College; M.A.T., University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Bio:

Doris Jackson Munoz has always had the passion to work hard and inspire. She is the Director of the Student Involvement Center at Methodist University. Her office oversees Student Government, Clubs and Organizations, Fraternity/Sorority Life, Student Media, Student Activities, and the Berns Student Center.

Doris graduated from what was then Methodist College and is now Methodist University in May 2006 with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Physical Education. In May of 2009, she graduated with her Master's Degree in the Art of Teaching with a concentration in Physical Education from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

She was awarded the Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award in October 2011 by the Alumni Board at Methodist. Her staff has named her Staff Member of the Year in 2010 and 2011. Her student organization, SAC (Student Activities Committee), has been featured by Campus Activities magazine as being one of the top programming boards in the nation.  In Spring of 2013, she was named one of Fayetteville’s Forty Under Forty, an honor recognizing leaders in the community.

In her free time Doris enjoys spending time with her family, Robert (husband), Avery (daughter), and Wilson and Georgia (dogs).

(910) 630-7022
Berns Student Center
Aly Magras

Aly Magras, M.S.

Assistant Director, Student Involvement Center
(910) 630-7292
Berns Student Center
Aly Magras
Aly Magras, M.S.

Assistant Director, Student Involvement Center

B.A., Saint Leo University; M.S., Nova Southeastern University

Bio:

Alysia “Aly” Magras works closely advising all fraternities and sororities on campus, and serves as a member of the Student Involvement Team. During her time as a student she was involved in everything from orientation, fraternity and sorority life, student activities, student government and more! Her co-curricular experiences is what led her to a passion in student involvement.

She graduated from Saint Leo University in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology. In June of 2014, she graduated with her master’s degree in College Student Affairs from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She is a Florida native who loves movies, traveling, exploring new places and has a small addiction to Dr. Pepper.

(910) 630-7292
Berns Student Center