We are excited that you are completing your application and we cannot wait to welcome you to #MonarchNation and the Methodist University family! We operate on a rolling calendar for undergraduate admissions, which means that your file is read, and a decision is made as quickly as possible once we have the required supporting documents. You are typically notified of our decision within 7 to 10 business days!
Which application should you choose?
Our applications are as quick and painless as they can be – most will take 15 minutes or less to complete – and we do not charge an application fee or require an essay or recommendations for most undergraduate applicants.
You will have completed high school, home school or a GED by the time you enroll. You have not enrolled in coursework at a post-secondary college or university after graduating from high school (dual enrolled students are considered freshmen). You wish to take on-campus courses.
You have or are currently enrolled in coursework at a post-secondary college or university after graduating from high school and you wish to take on-campus courses in pursuit of an undergraduate degree from Methodist University.
If you have trouble opening the application linked above because of low bandwidth, please use this application.
You are a new student seeking to take undergraduate courses in a fully online setting. Please note that students who wish to live in campus residential facilities or participate in intercollegiate athletics must take classes on campus.
You Have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university or college and you are currently employed or are seeking employment in a local school system and wish to obtain North Carolina teaching licensure.
You are a new student looking to take individual classes on the Methodist University campus, but you are not seeking a degree from Methodist University. This could include new students who are taking courses to fulfill pre-requisites for a graduate program, students who are seeking to take classes as a visiting student as well as students who wish to audit a class for no credit.