Next Steps for 2021 Seniors: Rebecca White
With gratitude we present this issue featuring God’s blessings in allowing MNU students, faculty, staff and administration to be on campus and in classes during the pandemic. Many institutions were not that fortunate. Read all about it and enjoy surprising news about increases in enrollment and other progress happening during this unprecedented time.
Contributing to her success, MNU was the perfect place for Joslene to learn. She found smaller groups, which were well organized, making it easier to manage her studies and connect with other students who were just as dedicated. Her passion for wonder was encouraged. Asking questions and sharing vulnerably about her challenges was welcomed and rewarded. In this environment, Joslene says she felt she was heard.
MNU announced its Fall 2020 Census Day numbers today. The total number of students enrolled for fall 2020 semester is 2,239, an increase of 17% from fall 2019. Freshmen are part of the equation, up 10%, the class is the largest since 2017. Continuing education student enrollment is also up significantly.
MidAmerica Nazarene University welcomes Dr. Scott Dermer, who was appointed Chair of the Department of Christian Ministry and Formation this week. more>
President’s Honors: The Virtual Experience was a great success thanks to friends and associates who embraced the cause. more>
Students Jeremy Thorpe, a junior business administration major, and Elizabeth Krohn, a senior marketing major, are the first MNU students to compet more>
Senior accounting major, Clayton Cook (’21), summarizes his reason for choosing MNU with one word: community. more>
A new partnership with Kansas State University and MidAmerica Nazarene University lets MNU undergraduates take more>
Like so many events this year, President’s Honors 2021 will look different due to COVID-19. more>
The life, influence and philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. more>