Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 
    Jul 16, 2024  
Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Other Services


The bookstore is located in the lower level of Brehme Centennial Center. To assist graduate students, books may be ordered by phone, e-mail, or by faxing the order form available in the registration guide. Please provide all the necessary information requested on the form when calling, faxing, or e-mailing the order. The Bookstore will mail the text(s) within 24 hours of receipt of the order. Questions regarding textbooks, prices, shipping, or other services may be directed to the Bookstore by calling 330.471.8311. When calling, graduate students should identify themselves as such. The Bookstore may be able to buy back texts at the end of the undergraduate semester. Please call the store for information on dates and times buy-back will be held.

Campus Safety

Campus Safety assists in the safety of all persons at Malone and the protection of both personal and University property. All officers are professionally trained to perform their duties and are here to help as well as to protect. The full cooperation of every student is required whenever confronted by a safety officer. 

The campus buildings are closed and locked when not in use. Entrance to a locked building is permitted only with the written permission of the staff member responsible for that area. Any student violating campus regulations or refusing to cooperate with a safety officer is subject to discipline up to and including suspension or expulsion from the University.

Campus Safety can be easily reached if help is needed in an emergency situation. From off campus, call 330.471.8111; from on campus call extension 8111. These numbers will be answered twenty-four hours a day. The Safety Department is here to help when needed. For more information, please refer to the “Home Malone, A Guide to Campus Safety” brochure.

Career Development Center

Training and equipping for successful preparationconnectiontransition from university student to professional

In conjunction with the mission of Malone University, the Career Development Center strives to assist all students with discovering, developing and achieving their God-directed career goals. We use the terms “career” and “vocation” interchangeably with the understanding that God equips His people and calls them to all types of work fields because all work is sacred. We offer advice from a Christ-centered perspective, making practical applications of scriptural principles.

Career Development Process

The Career Development staff is prepared to train all students in:

  • Deciding on academic majors career paths, and/or graduate school plans
  • Career development strategies
  • Professional job search skills

 The staff also equips students with the necessary skills to:

  • Explore career fields and areas of vocational interest
  • Gain appropriate career/vocational related experience
  • Present themselves as viable candidates
  • Conduct successful job searches
  • Complete standout applications to graduate schools

Career Planning and Exploration

Students can begin exploring career options and gaining direction by using This online system is available to all Malone University students at no additional fee. is designed to help students assess their personality types, skills, interests, and work values as they relate to the workplace. Students can research hundreds of occupations and academic programs to determine their best fit. The system will also help students determine which careers match with their major areas of study. In addition, a career counselor will meet with each student to assist with interpreting the results.

Job Search Preparation

Will Career Development assist me in my job search? Yes! We offer a variety of services, resources, programs/events and individual assistance to all students and alumni.

Students and alumni can attend workshops or make individual appointments in order to:

  • Build professional résumés and cover letters
  • Develop effective interviewing skills (Perfect Interview is available on demand for mock interviews in the Career Development Center.)
  • Learn successful job search strategies for internships and full-time careers
  • Gain confidence in pursuing career endeavors

Making the Connection

The Career Development staff continues to provide opportunities for students and alumni to meet with employers or graduate school recruiters in person or online through: 

  • Annual Career Events such as the Graduate School Fair, Young Professional Chocolate Fountain Networking Event, CareerFest, Summer Camp Fair, Career Readiness Seminar, Alumni Career Chapel, CareerLink, and Northeast Ohio Teacher Education Day (NOTED)
  • which is a web-based résumé/job posting system that connects students as well as experienced alumni with employers in the Northeast Ohio area, nationally, and globally. Features include an online résumé template with a variety of styles from which to choose, automatic review of uploaded résumés by a career adviser, career-related announcements of on- and off-campus events, document library, as well as career advice videos and podcasts.
  • On-campus employment recruiting, interviews, and guest employer mock interviews
  • Career Development Advisory Council (local employers, faculty, and student leaders who partner with us to assess our programs, services, resources, and events; and to develop projects, internships,  and promote career opportunities)

Office location

Lower level of Brehme Centennial Center CC-117