Cross-culturals are more than study abroad at Eastern Mennonite University. 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 in Morocco during their Spain and Morocco cross-cultural semester …
Eastern Mennonite University MBA students collaborate with local businesses for real-life experience. Here, students report on work with Blue Ridge Architects.
Enjoy images of EMU’s past year accompanied by The Walking Roots Band singing “Come Down, O Love Divine.” This stop motion video is made up of over 5,500 photographs and used a shaped bokeh camera filter to “change” the shapes of the lights in the background. The photographs were taken …
EMU’s MA in counseling program combines academic excellence with the inner work counselors need to be self aware and effective. CACREP accredited. Located in Harrisonburg, Va., in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley.
Loren Swartzendruber, president of Eastern Mennonite University, invites contributions to the renovation of the Suter Science Center, an upgrade that builds on EMU’s long-standing excellence in the sciences.
EMU’s Suter Science Center has served the university well for more than four decades, preparing thousands of alumni to serve and lead in the sciences. Today, we are poised to take the program into the future with plans to renovate and expand facilities to better meet the needs of students.
Transfer to a Christian university like no other. Here Eastern Mennonite University students describe their experience of transferring from another institution.
Dr. Lonnie Yoder, associate dean and professor of pastoral care and counseling, talks about the qualities of a good pastor and the qualities of a calling congregation.