Minneapolis, MN- START, an event geared towards informing college-aged individuals on the changing landscape of church planting is coming to North Central University, October 27-29, 2010. The START Event includes passionate speakers who offer first-hand experience in church planting, powerful worship, and workshops that will help students decide if they would like to start something new!
Minneapolis, MN- Every year North Central University’s community sets aside a week for a more focused spiritual reflection and growth. The annual event, known as Spiritual Life Days has become a regular part of the rich history of spiritual development programming at NCU.
Minneapolis, MN-North Central University’s annual Partners for Progress Banquet will take place at The Historic Depot in Minneapolis on October 28, 2010. North Central’s partners and friends will gather for a gala celebrating NCU’s past, present, and exciting future. The evening will include dinner and inspirational music by students, faculty, and alumni.
Minneapolis, MN – For the third consecutive year North Central University has been recognized among America's Best Colleges and Universities by the U.S. News and World Report. North Central was selected as a 'Best Baccalaureate College' (Midwest) in the report’s Best Colleges 2011.
Minneapolis, MN- North Central University is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the Overflow Minnesota Conference October 15-16, 2010. Overflow Minnesota is an evangelism conference that will provide a fresh motivation to
North Central University students took some time away from the classroom to serve the local community on September 14, 2010. Community Outreach Day, an annual service event that involves NCU students, faculty, and staff, servicing various organizations, and projects within the community.
Minneapolis, MN The start of a new semester is always an exciting time at North Central University. The streets of NCU start to come alive as students make their way to the campus, some as first time students, others returning for another year. Fall 2010 was no exception.