Eastern Mennonite University

About Eastern Mennonite University

A leader among faith-based universities, Eastern Mennonite University emphasizes peacebuilding, creation care, experiential learning, and cross-cultural engagement. Founded in 1917 in Harrisonburg, Virginia, EMU is an educational institution of Mennonite Church USA. EMU serves students of diverse religious and cultural backgrounds and confers undergraduate, graduate, and seminary degrees.eastern_mennonite_university2.jpg

eastern_mennonite_university1.jpgThrough 37 majors, 35 minors, two pre-professional programs, four teacher education programs/licensures, and four associate degrees, EMU educates students to serve and lead in a global context. A cross-cultural program providing immersion in another culture has long been a requirement for all students. Our Christian community challenges students to pursue their life calling through scholarly inquiry, artistic creation, guided practice, and life-changing cross-cultural encounter.


Professors challenge students to grow in their faith in a caring community, to broaden their worldview through study and relationship-building in another culture, and to work side-by-side to reach new academic heights. EMU grads are serving and leading all over the world.


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