Muskingum University

  • Education
163 Stormont St.
New Concord, OH 43762-1199
(740) 826-8211
(740) 826-8025 (fax)

About Us

Muskingum is experiencing continued growth -- with the 2011 dedication of Otto and Fran Walter Hall (, which read more
  • About

    Muskingum is experiencing continued growth -- with the 2011 dedication of Otto and Fran Walter Hall (, which houses world languages, the PLUS Program, and state-of-the-art music facilities; in 2004 of Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall; and the 2008 opening of the Walter K. Chess Center.

    Muskingum offers a wide range of undergraduate and interdisciplinary majors, including nursing, engineering, science and digital media design; numerous pre-professional programs, three master's degree programs (Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology; Master of Arts in Teaching; Master of Arts in Education), and the Muskingum Adult Program.

    The university's mission is to develop -- intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically -- whole persons, while fostering critical thinking, positive action, ethical sensitivity and spiritual growth.

    Founded in 1837 by Presbyterians of Scotch-Irish descent, Muskingum continues to be associated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) and takes its church-relatedness very seriously, offering courses in religion and philosophy and a full complement of religious-life programming. The University's commitment to the region is exemplified by strong partnerships, including its role as a catalyst for economic development and tourism. The university sponsors national conferences, the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra, arts and science

  • Highlights

    • An undergraduate student body of 1,700 740-826-8211
    • Three master's degrees (MISST,MAT,MAED) 740-826-8038
    • Degree programs for adults (MAP) 740-826-8038
    • Developing students intellectually, spiiritually, socially, physically
  • Jobs

    Category: Marketing
    DIGITAL MEDIA SPECIALIST   Muskingum University is seeking a knowledgeable and enthusiastic Digital Media Specialist, who will be responsible for developing, managing and implementing strategies associated with all of the University’s various digital communications channels. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the University’s Drupal-based Content Management System, social more


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