Posts Tagged ‘transfer students’

Davey Walker: Building Relationships

davey_mainDavey Walker had always wanted to attend Multnomah. But once he graduated high school, he opted for a different college. Over the next few years, he switched his major six times. Nothing felt right. Then he came to MU. The transition brought many benefits, including an increased access to faculty members that Walker greatly appreciates.

"MU hires well-educated teachers who invest in their students," he says. "And when you build relationships with them, it adds validity to what they teach. You're not just a face in the crowd to your professors. You're a name and a story."

Read his story.

 

 

 

‘We’re here for you’: MU Faculty Welcomes New Students

'We're getting to know one another'

MU's four-day student orientation was a flurry of activity. Newcomers eagerly greeted fellow classmates, toured campus and explored Portland under the guidance of some seasoned MU students. But one aspect that truly stood out was the time spent with MU's faculty. Our university has several differentiators, but its emphasis on solid student-professor connections is one of its strongest. Read the rest of this entry »