University Administrative Offices

Our admissions counselors can tell you everything you need to know about becoming a Mars Hill University student.

Adult & Graduate Studies 
Adult & Graduate Studies is Mars Hill's program for real people with real lives, giving working adults the opportunity to earn a degree at night. AGS also administers MHU's first graduate program, the Master of Education.

Advancement & Alumni
Keep in touch with your Mars Hill friends long after graduation. Regular get togethers happen all the time so contact them today!

Business Office
The Business Office at Mars Hill University processes all financial transactions between the university and the university community.

The official voice of Mars Hill University, and the team responsible for institutional information.

Building management, groundskeepers, and housekeeping all play vital roles in the ongoing improvements on our campus.

Financial Aid
The staff in Financial Aid can explain all the options for getting assistance for university expenses.

Human Resources
Interested in working for Mars Hill University? Human Resources handles job applications for prospective employees and coordinates benefits for current MHU faculty and staff.

Information Technology Services keeps the MHU campus humming at a gigabit a second! Contact them at 689-1444 or by email for help desk support for computer and phone networks.

Class registrations, transcripts, graduation details—all things that make our registrar's office invaluable.

Cultural Offices

Conferences & Events
The Conferences & Events office helps plan and host workshops, camps, conferences, concerts, meetings, and other programs on the Mars Hill University campus during the summer months; coordinates meetings and other events during the academic year; and hosts the Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) program..

The Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre is a 30+ year tradition at Mars Hill University. Housed in historic Owen theatre, SART stages an annual summer series, as well as other theatre events throughout the year.

Outreach Offices

The Richard L. Hoffman Center for Assessment and Research Alliances (CARA) was established in 1995 as an outgrowth of 20 years of community research by Mars Hill University faculty and students.

Hester Center for Peace and Justice 
Faculty members from across the campus volunteer to work with each other, with students, and with the wider community to promote responsible discussion and action centered in Christian perspectives on issues of peace and justice for the world and for human society.

Ramsey Center for Regional Studies
The Appalachian Reading Room and Archives, the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Festival, and other cultural events dedicated to mountain traditions are coordinated through the Ramsey Center.

The Library of Congress's Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program works with a number of universities, including Mars Hill, to help teachers use the Library’s vast collection of digitized primary sources to enrich their classroom instruction.