a growing family of committed alumni

Connect with MNU Alums

More than 28,000 MNU alumni are spread across the globe, living, learning and serving in their everyday lives. There are so many ways to stay connected to MNU. Take a trip with friends, check out upcoming events or sign up for alumni news. We want to stay in touch with you!

get involved

  • Volunteer

    There are many opportunities for you to volunteer your time and talents as a Pioneer alum.

    Class Reunions

    Would you like to play an active role in planning your next class reunion? The MNU Office of Alumni Relations relies on alumni to make class reunions memorable for attendees. If you are interested in being involved in planning your upcoming reunion, please contact the Alumni Office. We provide a handbook designed to guide you in the class reunion planning process.

  • Alumni Mentoring Program

    Serve as a mentor to a junior or senior student.


    MNU alums from all fields are invited to participate in our Alumni Mentoring Program. As a mentor, you will be matched with a junior or senior student at MNU. It is our hope that you will:

    • Meet once a month (during the academic year) with your mentee
    • Share your professional experience
    • Answer questions about the career field or profession they are interested in
    • Provide other opportunities to connect and support your mentee

      Be An Alumni Mentor

  • Legacy Bricks

    At the center of MNU's campus lies the Legacy Circle. This walkway of bricks surrounds our Harvest Prayer sculpture and is etched with the names of alumni and long term faculty and staff. This is an incredibly meaningful part of our campus. Freshmen begin their MNU journey in this very spot with the Sowing Prayer during Welcome Week. Seniors conclude their time at MNU by revising this same place at graduation. The brick path, engraved with the names of so many Pioneers who came before them, is a reminder of the rich heritage our new graduates call their own. 

    “The Legacy Circle was established by former MNU President, Dr. Ed Robinson, to provide a tangible way to celebrate the values and heritage of  MNU. This special place provides an opportunity for alumni and friends of the university to be included with thousands of others whose names will be recorded here for years to come. For generations students who walk this campus will recall the names of those who have preceded them. The names of faculty and staff with extended service will join MNU graduates in this legacy of  celebration of MNU and God's faithfulness from generation to generation.” -- Dr. David Spittal, MNU President 

    Order a Legacy Brick

  • Give to MNU

    We are incredibly thankful for the support of alumni, parents and friends. Your support is vital in creating new opportunities for future Pioneers. Your financial gifts support our students as they impact this world for Christ.

    Alumni support is especially valuable - it often impacts the level of support that foundations and corporations provide when considering giving a major gift to MNU. Every alumni gift counts!

    Give to MNU

contact information
Alumni Relations
Pete Brumbaugh ('90) Director of Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving
Office Hours
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This Issue
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Summer 2020

This issue features alumni who’ve committed themselves to serving others through healthcare. They comment on work during a pandemic as well as their motivation to serve. We hope you’ll be inspired by these few who represent many.