The staff of Multnomah's new student publication Muse just launched the online magazine's third issue. The theme for this December edition is "Celebration." Celebrating the everyday gifts from God - even the little things. Celebrating triumph and freedom from the chains of abuse. Celebrating a commitment to live life with joy to the fullest for Christ's glory. Read the rest of this entry »
Who can argue with the sheer manliness of Cinco de Mustache? That's right. No one. The men of MU gave it their all today, singing their hearts out--mugs of milk in-hand--to the applauding masses that filed in to witness the spectacle. Even College Preview visitors participated in the festivities, armed with fake mustaches.
Faculty involvement is up, no doubt due to the prominence of their colleague Dr. Ray Lubeck, the events' reigning dignitary, who gave the most inspiring speech in recent Cinco history.
When we hired Grossenbacher Bros. to help us with our gift to the newest batch of MU grads, we had no idea it would be done by a single person at a hand-operated leather press. In fact, when Michelle Peel and I visited Grossenbacher's facility we expected to see a room full of large machines and a fully automated process. We couldn't be further from the truth. Read the rest of this entry »
Started by students on the Student World Outreach Team (SWOT), this event has been designed so that a student, staff, or faculty member is assigned to each hour of the day, 7 days a week for an entire month out of each semester (with spring break there are only 20 days). The students can sign up for as many hours as they wish, for individual prayer or prayer in small Read the rest of this entry »
Welcome back, students! It's nice to have the vibrancy and energy back on campus that you always bring with you. Go check out what we've done with your coffee shop. It's cool, but it doesn't have a name yet. Read the rest of this entry »
A BIG “Thank You!” to all Multnomah alumni and donors!
Your giving and prayers are such an integral part of the legacy and continuing work of Multnomah University. We love celebrating YOU!
What Is It?
On Tuesday, April 13, 2010 the Advancement and Alumni Departments had an opportunity to share with Multnomah’s student body what we call our student aid gap (the funds making up the difference of what it cost to educate a student at Multnomah and the amount they actually pay for Tuition) at our first annual “Tuition Free Day” celebration. We celebrated the generosity of our alumni and donors with cake, decorations, music, and give-aways. Freshman Jason Mulkin won the big doorprize – a GPS (special thank you to Fred Meyer Stores for their contribution)!
Last year, 2,160 alumni and friends of Multnomah gave to the Student Aid fund. What a blessing to each and every current Multnomah student! Thank you!
With heavy student traffic coming and going from our Admissions and Financial Aid departments, the Alumni department wanted to get in on the fun of meeting Multnomah’s Amazing Students… Thus the launch of our “Round Tuit” program!
The Tuit Experience Explained
Wooden nickels with the word “TUIT” on them have started popping up all over campus as a way to encourage students to stop by the Alumni Office and meet our alumni staff!
As students receive these wooden nickels - “round tuits” - in their mailboxes and from our staff, they are encouraged to stop by the Alumni Department when they get “around to it” (get it?).
Upon their visit they are given an opportunity to redeem their “tuit” for a treat and our alumni department is given the privilege of meeting different members of the F.A.M. (Future Alumni of Multnomah) and hearing how God is using Multnomah to shape their lives.