Watch our latest elementary education major video

Written on August 5th, 2015 by
Categories: Feature, Programs, Students
“It’s a rigorous program,” says Elementary Education major Natalie Ruttger. “[The professors] prepare you for everything, and they’re very current on what’s happening in schools right now.” Continue Reading »

Fanning the flames of generosity at Multnomah

Written on January 6th, 2016 by
Categories: Alumni
We would like to thank our supporters in a tangible way by giving them a free copy of Chris McDaniel’s book “Ignite Your Generosity – A 21 Day Experience in Stewardship”! Continue Reading »

Husband and wife team tackle Degree Completion Program together

Written on December 18th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Married life and bachelor’s degrees don’t always go hand in hand, but thanks to Multnomah’s DCP program, the two can be united. Continue Reading »

South African Regina Molokomme prepares to impact world leaders

Written on December 18th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Regina Molokomme came all the way from South Africa to follow the call of God. “When God calls you, he calls you as you are,” she says. “When he calls you, know that he provides. God opened the door for me to take up my calling, and that's how I came to MU.” Continue Reading »
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‘Walking in God’s purpose’: MU graduates share their stories

Written on December 15th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Last Friday, 61 Multnomah students walked across the stage of Central Bible Church to receive their diplomas. Among the group of participants were Sheri McCoy, Ian Domaschofsky, Sadie Walker, Brenna Coy and Nate Holm — five students who have grown to embody the biblical wisdom, resilient character and infectious servants’ hearts that set our alumni apart. Continue Reading »

Multnomah University requests clarification regarding Title IX exemption

Written on December 11th, 2015 by
Categories: General
In February of this year, Multnomah University asked the Department of Education for a renewal of its Title IX exemption due to some recent presidential executive orders. The university has held this exemption since May of 1989. Our goal is to ensure our constitutional right to freely practice our religious beliefs. Continue Reading »