The Pulaski Poverty Project (P3):

P3 often invites speakers to campus who help educate the MMC community on issues surrounding systematic poverty. Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 18th @ 7pm in the Gault Recital Hall for our guest speaker, Dr. Domenic Nigrelli who will talk about Poverty & Ethics: What Is Our Ethical Response To Poverty In The World As Christians?

MLK Social Justice Trip: 

Offered annually in January, the Martin Luther King Social Justice Trip serves as an opportunity for students to  focus on issues that have affected, or are currently affecting, underserved communities through immersion experiences, formulated reflection, historical tours, and discussions in a supportive environment.

Justice Awareness Week:

After attending the MLK Social Justice Trip, students are invited to design a Social Justice Awareness Week on campus to share information about what they learned and experienced with the campus.


Martin Methodist College

433 West Madison St.
Pulaski, TN 38478

Title IX Information