Faith at Malone
Our faith is more than just our heritage...it is how we learn and live.
SFO explores how God works with broken humanity
Art and our mess
The Spiritual Formation Opportunity "Art and Our Mess" led by local artist Karole Longbrake creates a space for students to enjoy art and discuss faith.
Loving God and loving our neighbor
Living out the &
Psychology alumna Trisha Burky on how she and her family are living out callings as pastors, urban missionaries, and good neighbors.
Learning flourishes in a community where people draw upon Scripture, tradition, reason, experience, and inquiry through thoughtful conversation and active relationships with others.
Third generation graduate bucks family tradition
A nursing career
Emily Sommers was eager to have an experience as meaningful as her parents and grandparents. But she did things her own way.
Livchak finds a home on Malone's swim team
A place to belong
When Quincy Livchak ’18 chose Malone, she was searching for a place to belong and she hoped a collegiate swim program would fill that need. What she actually found in the Malone community far exceeded her expectations.
Become a part of the Malone community
An investment in a Malone education is an investment in your future. It’s an investment that will pay significant dividends in your personal and spiritual growth, and your career path.
Commitment to Academic Excellence
See how an education that encourages the integration of faith and learning, an education that equips students for a successful and meaningful career—and life—is lived out day-to-day at Malone.
A Shark-Tagging Adventure
An unforgettable experience
Learn about a recent trip to Florida to tag sharks, clean up ocean debris, and snorkel with manatees.
How do Malone students compare against their peers worldwide?
Global Business students excel
Class project: Malone team ranked 12th in world in international competition
University professors, students earn national designation
Tree Campus USA
The Arbor Day Foundation recognized Malone University for management of campus trees, developing connectivity beyond campus borders to foster healthy, urban forests; and engagement of student population in service learning opportunities centered on campus and community forestry efforts.
How our graduates are thriving in the Church, community, and world.
Working for peace in Cleveland
Griffin serving daily in meaningful ways
As executive director of the Community Relations Board and cabinet member for Mayor Frank Jackson, Blaine Griffin ’93, makes it a point to return every single phone call – from the elderly resident concerned about crime in her neighborhood to the President of the United States....
Young alumna needed a new path
Finding her way
Brand new grad Liza Kirk found her way through encouragement from others.
Alumni serving at Akron Children's Hospital
Connections in our community
Reputation for Excellence