Eastern Mennonite University is often the perfect fit for students interested in spending time in another culture, deepening their faith, and working side-by-side with professors on original research. See what your journey could be like! Producer: Lindsey Kolb ’07, Animator: Christopher Stauffer ’13, Soundtrack: “Boute” by AU
Eastern Mennonite University students participated in a day of service and learning on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 2013. Experiences included a walking tour of the historic northeast community of Harrisonburg, Va., dialogue about racism at a downtown barbershop, a meal at a community center and clean-up of a local …
Cross-culturals are more than study abroad. Graduates call the experiences “life-changing,” giving them the foundation they need to live, lead and serve in a global context. Check out this video that shows some of the experiences of students on the South Africa and Lesotho cross-cultural semester 2011.
This video was created for Homecoming and Family Weekend, Oct. 12-14, 2012.
Gardening, composting, and learning about environmental issues are just a few of the ways that Josh has explored creation care at Eastern Mennonite University. Josh discusses how our choices today concerning the environment affect future generations.
Being a student-athlete at Eastern Mennonite University has shaped Molly’s life. Molly chose nearby EMU in Harrisonburg, Virginia for its well-known teacher education program.
Peacebuilding, sustainability, and cross-cultural encounter are core to Eastern Mennonite University, located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. EMU is uniquely hospitable to people from a variety of cultures and traditions. Join our community!
Eastern Mennonite University prepares graduates to walk boldly in the way of nonviolence and peace. This video features Nobel Peace Prize laureate and EMU alumna, Leymah Gbowee, and highlights the work of EMU alumn Glen Lapp. The montage was prepared for President Loren Swartzendruber’s convocation address at the beginning of …