Methodist College to Host Three On-the-Spot Admissions Events

Methodist College is hosting two admissions events that will allow candidates to find out their admission status that day.  During the On-the-Spot Admissions events, applicants can apply free and skip the stress of waiting for an admissions decision. 

On-the-Spot Admissions will be held on Friday, December 8, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Methodist College campus located at 7600 N. Academic Drive. The second event will be held on Wednesday, December 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the private dining room located in the cafeteria at Proctor Hospital. A third event has been added on Wednesday, December 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Methodist College Campus.

Applicants will need to bring official transcripts from any colleges they have attended and, if they have less than 30 college credits, they will need to provide an official high school transcript and their ACT score.

Interested individuals are encouraged to visit to sign up for a 15-minute appointment. For more information, contact the Methodist College Admissions Office at 672-5513.

Well known for its Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, Methodist College has expanded its academic offerings to include bachelor’s degrees in social work, healthcare administration and management, and health science. The college’s newest health science offering is a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in leadership for individuals who have completed an associate degree in allied health or have successfully completed 30 credit hours in healthcare courses. In addition, Methodist College has added certificate programs in Medical Assistant and Nursing Assistant. These programs will prepare the individuals to sit for the appropriate test to receive certification. The college offers a Certificate in Gerontology, which prepares individuals to work with older individuals in a variety of healthcare and human services settings. Methodist College offers a Master of Science in Nursing – Nurse Educator to prepare individuals to teach in a collegiate nursing program or as a clinical educator in a healthcare setting.

Classes for the spring 2018 semester will start on January 16. For more information about Methodist College and its programs, visit