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.
one of the best online counseling degree programs
Malone University’s online graduate program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling was recently recognized as one of the Best Online Counseling Degree Programs by intelligent.com.
Distinguished Faculty Awards recipients honored
Malone University honored: Elizabeth Patterson Roe, Stephanie Reagan, Steve Wirick, and Malia Miller.
Each year, four faculty members are honored for their commitments to teaching, service, scholarship/creative expression, and adjunct teaching as a result of nomination by students, faculty, and administration.
new MBA Specializations
The new specialized MBA programs are designed to equip professionals for the unique and specific demands of the 21st century workplace. Available fully online or in a hybrid format, these programs can be completed in as little as 12 months.
Learning flourishes in a community where people draw upon Scripture, tradition, reason, experience, and inquiry through thoughtful conversation and active relationships with others.
Malone and the newly formed Zollikon Institute of Holmes County, Ohio have partnered to provide educational initiatives for the Amish and Mennonite communities. Malone is partnering for the accredited portion of the program being developed.
Janis Bowdler '00 named
2021 Commencement Speaker
Janis Bowdler, President of the JP Morgan Chase & Co. Foundation, will deliver Malone University’s 129th Commencement address on Saturday, May 8 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Bowdler is a 2000 graduate of Malone.
Men's and Women's Lacrosse at Malone
Both Malone teams will call Pioneer Park their home field. Malone officials will launch a coaching search this spring and the Pioneers will begin intercollegiate play in the 2022-2023 academic year.
Finding connections through
The College Experience
The College Experience is a mandatory course for all first-year students at Malone. This semester-long course provides first-year students with an orientation to the University while connecting them to each other and with a student mentor, the class course assistant (CA). While the pandemic has shifted how many courses are offered, this course has remained an integral component for our first-year students.
How our graduates are thriving in the Church, community, and world.
Kiera Conkle '20 Featured in
Black and Global Week
Black and Global Week, in early September, was an online movement dedicated to highlighting black scholars and demonstrating to African American and minority students that working globally is a dream within reach. Conkle served as a panelist for an online discussion where she shared her study abroad experience.
Maddy Olson '20
Makes impressive strides after graduation
Maddy Olson ‘20 had an opportunity that zoology students only dream of: to secure not only one job but two jobs in a difficult job market.
Kirsten Stauffer '16
Alaskan adventures as a travel PT
With her placement in Alaska as a travel physical therapist, Kirsten Stauffer ’16 has had the opportunity to ride on dog sleds, walk across glaciers, and hunt down the Northern Lights. Her journey to this adventure began when she enrolled in Malone’s exercise science program for the undergraduate portion of her education.
Senior, Lane Jones '21
Although the pandemic presented hardships for students to find internship opportunities, Lane Jones '21 was able to complete his summer internship hours at The Barrier Island Sanctuary in Melbourne Beach, Florida thanks to a grant from the Herbert W. Hoover Foundation.
Faith at Malone
Our faith is more than just our heritage...it is how we learn and live.
Ashley Zehr '21
Social Work & Global and International Studies
Ashley Zehr '21 has studied social work and global and international studies in her time at Malone. She is passionate about serving others and upon graduation, she will work with Frontline Ministries International.
Carl Ralston '92
Awarded Dissertation of the Year
Ralston recently received a Doctorate of Ministry in Global Leadership from Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York. His dissertation, “Ending Sex Slavery through Prevention: How Remember Nhu Prevented Children from Entering the Sex Trade from 2007 to 2018” was awarded Dissertation of the Year.
Dan Owolabi ’07 exemplifies what it truly means to be a servant leader and seeks to show others how they can maximize their potential by serving others as well.