Malone University is a place where students receive a top-notch education while they explore God’s calling for their futures. We believe God wants to work in students through their classroom and student activities, athletics, relationships, and spiritual life to draw them to His purposes.
We support students as they explore and develop their beliefs. In this way, we prepare students not only for jobs, but for life. In the workplace and beyond, talent and skill matter, but it is also our beliefs, attitudes, and values that turn conviction into action, which matters even more.
Although primarily a teaching college, Malone offers opportunities to create new knowledge through our rigorous annual undergraduate research symposium. This cutting-edge approach to hands-on learning has allowed Malone to be ranked in the top 4% in career outcomes by Educate to Career, the leader in educational attainment to career outcome data.
Location: In the heart of Northeast Ohio
Academics: Integration of faith and learning in an environment of excellence
Community: Malone students are leaders because their opportunities for extracurricular activities are diverse and plentiful.
Value: A Malone education is a worthwhile investment!
Dynamic student life: NCAA Division II athletics and a member of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (GMAC); opportunities in the arts, service learning, study abroad, competitive clubs, activity clubs, and intramural sports are accessible to and enjoyed by all of our students.
Student-Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Location: Canton, Ohio, 55 miles south of Cleveland; Malone’s campus is in a residential neighborhood near the heart of all the opportunities the city and surrounding metropolitan areas have to offer. Canton is also home to the Professional Football Hall of Fame.
Affiliation: Evangelical Friends Church—Eastern Region
Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,700
States Represented: 25
Countries Represented: 12
Christian Denominations Represented: 40+
Financial Aid: 98% of students receive financial aid.
• Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
• Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
• Council on Social Work Education
• The Higher Learning Commission
• National Association of Schools of Music
• National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Authorization: Ohio Board of Regents (for granting degrees, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership, Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Master of Science in Nursing)
• State of Ohio Board of Nursing (for BSN program)
• State of Ohio Department of Education (for Teacher Education programs)
• US Government (for the education of international students)