The Malone experience is never the same for any two graduates.
Joey Nigro ‘10 had an early call to ministry.
For many students, their time playing sports at the collegiate level is a highlight of their life experience.
Youth Explosion, a ministry conference for middle school and high school students, will be held on the campus of Malone University Nov. 11-12.
The idea of social work can often conjure images of one-on-one or family meetings in which a social worker helps their client achieve a higher standard of life.
Many students choose to change their major during their college career, and some find that their passions can shift within a specific subject area.
Malone University is again the recipient of a grant from the Herbert W. Hoover Foundation.
Keith Burns is coming home. The Minerva native and 2009 Malone graduate will return this fall as an associate professor of exercise science.
Malone University is committed to developing a community of diverse high school students who will become strong, next-generation leaders in Canton and Stark County-- beginning with the inaugural class of the Leadership Malone Youth Institute.
When Kelly (Crowell) Cooke ’01 first came to Malone, she wanted to immerse herself in basketball at a college close to home. Little did she know that God had something far more exciting in store.