Find Your Calling, Find Your Career Path
- Information Systems (minor only)
- Intercultural Studies
- Liberal Arts (associate degree)
- Legal Studies (minor only)
- Theatre (minor only)
MNU’s Honors Program can make your college experience more challenging and fulfilling for high achievers.
Enrich your college experience with a semester or summer abroad.
MNU offers Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC as an elective program.
Our mission is to prepare you for a life of significance and purpose by fostering opportunities to explore and discern your God-inspired calling, develop your unique abilities, and live out your vocation as servant leaders.
Student leaders are advocates for the changing needs of the student body at MNU. You'll be active in service and volunteer projects as well as events.
From choir to band to student plays, there are many ways for you to be involved with the Fine Arts program at MNU. Auditions are required for many of these groups.
At MNU you can support humanitarian work and global development through our Passion to Serve Project or Go Global mission trips.
Student media positions, with salaries, include the Trailblazer newspaper and Conestoga yearbook.
Stories of Success
As an MNU student, you’ll encounter not only academic growth and career preparation but you'll also transform through spiritual growth and time spent in service and mission. We think that's a recipe for success in today's global world.
While most college sophomores are still deciding what to major in, Hadley Copeland is already planning her application to medical school next semester. The Topeka, Kansas native is an honor student majoring in biology and minoring in
Home health nurse Taylor (Fries ’16) Hartke says even as a child she was an adventurer. Her dad described her as having “itchy feet.” She didn’t like staying in the same place for long. Her faith was also important, so finding
Exceptional student, athlete plans flexible, disciplined profession.
Aaron Tiffany (Business Administration, '05) isn’t exactly where he thought he'd be after graduation from MNU. Or actually, he is.
"Going in to college I didn't know what I wanted to do. Or that is what I would tell people," Aaron says. "Deep down, however
Kassidy (Ritchel ’14) Chuning worked hard and played hard. During high school, she played basketball and volleyball while maintaining a coveted GPA. Strong family values were woven into the fabric of her childhood.
Some people might say that alum Jason Menard, just 7 years out of MNU, is too young to be a high school assistant principal and athletic director. But those people clearly have not met Jason. Driven is an understatement.