A Dolphin's Tale
Kaitlyn Cowley '19 interned with the Clearwater Marine Aquarium last summer, where she enjoyed working with campers and interacting with marine life.
With 91 undergraduate majors and minors, 11 graduate programs, and 7 pre-professional programs, Malone University has something for everyone.
This program equips servant leaders to offer professional help to struggling individuals, couples, and families.
Join a growing industry and become prepared for careers in health promotion, community health, public health, international health, and wellness.
Malone University is now offering our excellent Social Work program fully online, as well as in the classroom. The program is offered to those with no college credit, a completed associate's degree, or as an adult degree completion program. Malone's social worker boasts a national pass rate for the LSW of 100% most years, and every year we are significantly higher than the national pass rate. Start dates are in January, May, and August.
Combine the best opportunities education has to offer by studying engineering at Malone University – and the University of Akron.
You’ll earn two degrees at the end of the program: one from each institution. At Malone, you’ll study physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, and general education – all from a Christian perspective.
Two years running: 100 % of Social Work grads passed their licensure exams.
This program is now offering half-price tuition for online or hybrid programs.
Our athletic programs finished second among G-MAC for overall performance for 2016-2017.
Receive the full benefits of interacting with faculty one-on-one in a small classroom setting. Our faculty know you by first name and strive to live out Malone's Foundational Principles in and out of the classroom.
Jack Hazen has coached at Malone
Malone’s competitive clubs program offers opportunities to students with a variety of interests.
Malone University was founded on March 17, 1892.
NCES College Navigator named Malone one of the top protestant evangelical universities in the U.S.
The 2018 John Woolman Lectures will feature Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College. She will present on the subjects of her two most recent books: Glittering Vices: A New Look at the Seven Deadly Sins and Their Remedies and Vainglory: The Forgotten Vice.