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MVNU graduates destined to influence the future

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio —Mount Vernon Nazarene University celebrated its traditional graduates with a Baccalaureate Worship Service Friday, May 3, and commencement exercises on Saturday, May 4, in the R.R. Hodges Chapel/Auditorium. Graduates were encouraged to serve their purpose without limitations and to be cognizant of the influence they will have in the world.

MVNU recognizes seven retirees

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — Mount Vernon Nazarene University honored seven retirees at a Recognition of Service and Retiree Reception on Thursday, May 2.

Honored were Dr. Randy Cronk, Leroy Flowers, Paul Nixon, Dr. Pam Owen, Stanley Park, Mary Lou Sinzinger, and Denise Smith.

MVNU student-athletes help beautify Kokosing Gap Trail

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — Members of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s men’s soccer and basketball teams volunteered their time to help prepare the Kokosing Gap Trail for the spring and summer.

MVNU unveils fountain, downtown gathering space

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — With new restaurants, businesses, cultural venues, and the creation of second-story living spaces, downtown Mount Vernon is in a state of renaissance. With this in mind, Mount Vernon Nazarene University is eager to partner with The Ariel Foundation on a project that will continue the evolution of the historic business district into a livable, walkable community.

Stephanie Lobdell appointed MVNU campus pastor

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — Mount Vernon Nazarene University President Henry W. Spaulding II, Ph.D., has announced the appointment of Rev. Stephanie Lobdell as campus pastor, effective July 1.

MVNU Music Department plans year-end concerts

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio —The Mount Vernon Nazarene University Music Department will end the school year on a high note with three concerts that will showcase the vocal and instrumental talents of students. Concerts are free and open to the public.

Collaboration makes $20-million ‘Access to Opportunity’ possible

Posted about 1 year ago

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — In 1966, Mount Vernon Nazarene College and the current campus of Mount Vernon High School/Middle School were cut from the cloth that was once Columbus Delano’s Lakeholm Farm. Fifty-three years later, pieces of that fabric are being woven back together in a progressive partnership with benefits reaching beyond the classroom.

SO MUCH TO DO,
SO LITTLE TIME.

Whether you’re pursuing God during chapel or discovering rich friendships at a treasured campus tradition, you’re preparing for a bright future. Your time at MVNU will get you more than a degree — it will illuminate every part of your life.

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