Methodist University

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Basic Information

Phone Number: 9106307298
Address: 5400 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, NC 28311

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Additional Information

President: Stanly Wearden, Ph.D
School Type: Four Year College
Public/Private: Private
Religious Affiliation: United Methodist Church
Gender Preference: Coed
Historical Black College/University: No
Hispanic Serving Institute: No
School Size: 2500
Classroom Size: 20
Student/Teacher Ratio: 15:1
Housing Availability:


Type of Housing: Residence Halls


Financial Aid:


Disability Services:

Methodist University is committed to giving students with disabilities equal access to an education firmly grounded in the liberal arts tradition; to nurture moral values and ethical decision making; to prepare students for a variety of careers; and to provide educational and cultural services and resources to the community.

Our staff works closely with the admissions office and we would be happy to schedule a pre-admission conference to introduce both parents and students to our services. We encourage all students who may be using our services to register with the Accessibility Resources/Disability Services Office before the beginning of their first academic year. However, students are welcome to discuss services at any time during their college career.

Greek Life: Yes
Majors: Criminal Justice
Computer Capabilities:

The mission of the Methodist University Information Technology services is to provide excellent services and resources to help you achieve your goals through the intelligent and secure use of campus technologies from wherever you are. Moving forward the IT team is focused on effectively meeting our customer needs and forging strong partnerships across the University.

Admission Requirements:

A student applying for admission as a freshman must be a graduate of an accredited secondary school or a state approved home-school, or hold a high school equivalency diploma. They must also have at least 16 units of high school credit including four units of English. It is also recommended that applicants have three units of mathematics, two units of science, two units of history, and two units of foreign language. The areas considered when reviewing freshman applications include:

  • cumulative grade point average
  • high school course selection
  • standardized test scores (optional – see below)
  • class rank
  • extracurricular involvement
  • teacher or personal recommendations

All prospective student files are reviewed on an individual basis and admission is offered to those students who, in the professional judgement of the Admissions Staff and the University faculty, appear to be prepared academically for success at the University. This decision involves careful weighing of all criteria listed above.

Application Deadline: Although Methodist University has a rolling admissions deadline, we encourage students to apply as early as possible. Once a file is complete it is typically read, and students are notified of their status, within seven to fourteen days. We welcome qualified applicants for the fall or spring semester.
Parking Space/Availability:

On-Campus Parking Available

International Students:

The International Programs at Methodist University gathers students from around the world and provides them with the opportunity to receive an education at a private, liberal arts college in the United States. The International Programs Office is directed by The Director of International Affair and their role as an advisor is fundamental to the success of the students. At Methodist University as an international student you will find a variety of cultures and you will learn how to share your own culture with the rest of the world. Being an international student at Methodist University means you are serving as an ambassador of your country to the local community and to the United States.