North Central University’s administration has accepted the recommendation of the Academic Affairs office to eliminate Deaf Culture Studies from the University’s program offerings. The decision – made after careful and prayerful consideration – was initiated as part of the same institutional audit that led to the unification of North Central’s degree programs to require 124 credits for graduation.
After approval by the Administration and Board of Regents, and months of work on the parts of faculty, the Academic Affairs office, and the Registrar's Office, North Central University is excited to announce a strategic change in our academic program requirements. Beginning in the Fall 2011 Semester, nearly all four-year degree programs will require 124 credit hours for graduation.
Minneapolis, MN- North Central University students return to campus on January 12, 2011 for the start of the 2011 spring semester after Christmas break. The campus was buzzing with energy as classes began, leading to the first chapel service.
Minneapolis, MN - North Central University’s annual Christmas celebration, Songs of the Season is December 3-5, 2010. Come experience the joy of Christmas with the exciting groups and ensembles from the NCU Fine Arts Department passionately celebrating the Christmas season.
Minneapolis, MN-North Central University’s annual Partners for Progress Banquet took place at the Historic Depot in Minneapolis on October 28, 2010. North Central’s partners and friends gathered for a gala celebrating NCU’s past, present, and exciting future. The evening included dinner and inspirational music by students, faculty, and alumni.