President Spittal Brings Encouragement as Classes Resume
We hope you enjoy this issue of Accent featuring women in leadership. From alumni to students to administration, MNU and the new We Lead initiative seek to empower our graduates.
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.
With a whole community effort, MNU’s new freshman class, numbering 223, is the largest since 2010 (229). This represents a 26.7 % increase over 2016 and is the second largest class since 2006. Transfer students are also up with 90 new students calling MNU home. The total incoming class is 313 this year compared to 260 in 2016. Read how the entire Pioneer family helped make it happen.
When Ramon Fulson (’08) first attended MNU on a football scholarship, he never imagined the impact it would have on his life. more>
Within the biblical account of human creation, God determined very quickly that it was not good for man to live alone, and he created a “helper,” w more>
Candace (Barkman ’07) Moss, business education Candace has the best professional title anyone could aspire to. more>
MNU is proud to be among the U.S. universities making three “Best” lists this fall. U.S. more>
Increasing the number and breadth of opportunities for young women is the goal of We Lead – A Women’s Leadership Initiative @ MNU. more>
Progress on the university’s Bright Futures Campaign for the Cunningham Student Center is full steam ahead as a crucial deadline is approaching. more>
In its fourth year to participate in Giving Tuesday, alumni and friends raised $110, 260 to support the building campaign for the more>