Parents and family of current students are always considered part of the lion family. Among many resources available on our website, the following will help you stay connected with your student’s new community.
As you navigate our site, you will find information organized under categories. For example, under “Academics” you will find academic calendar, exam schedule, and graduation information. Under “Current Students” you will find information about Student Life and Residence Halls.
In addition to the resources found here, you may be interested to follow day-to-day happenings on social media. We encourage you to follow the university main accounts, the Mars Hill University President accounts, as well as your favorite athletic teams, clubs, and organizations.
If you are a new college parent, exploring Mars Hill, we encourage you to:
Many events on campus are open to the public.
The list below may be helpful when you need to refer your student somewhere for additional information or support.
The purpose of the office of Campus Engagement & Leadership is to provide a unique holistic experience for students of Mars Hill University. Housed in Campus Life, the office of Campus Engagement & Leadership will provide a transformational experience related but not limited to student activities, clubs/organizations, and leadership initiatives.
The Center for Student Success (CSS) is a department that collaborates closely with both academic and student affairs to assist students in persisting at MHU. As students navigate their college experience at Mars Hill, the CSS staff works to ensure students are connected to campus resources while establishing life-long relationships at their home away from home.
Student Support Services (SSS) — The Mars Hill University Student Support Services Program, a TRiO program, is 100% funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Students must be eligible by meeting at least one of the following criteria: first-generation college student, come from a low-income background, or have a documented disability. Services and resources include:
Additional Academic Resources
Cothran Center for Career Readiness — The Cothran Center is your resource for help in getting ready for the day after graduation. Visit the Center early and often during your college career and get started on making plans to make the most of your Mars Hill degree!
Residence Life — The Residence Life Office strives to make the residence halls a “home away from home” for students. They provide a safe environment conducive to the educational, social, and overall developmental growth of the resident.
The Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion — The mission of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office is to create a culturally enhanced campus environment through inclusive education, advocacy, social justice, diversity, and leadership opportunities.