Minneapolis, MN- April 4, 2012- North Central University are proud to announce Courtney Strasburg as the 2012 Regent’s Scholarship recipient.
The Regent’s Scholarship is a full-tuition renewable scholarship awarded to first-time entering freshmen each year, based on superior academic performance, references, and a written essay.
Minneapolis, MN – April 2, 2012- North Central University had the pleasure of hosting over 600 guests for its annual event, NCU Days, March 29-30th.
NCU Days is an opportunity for prospective students to experience North Central’s campus first-hand as well connecting them with potential classmates.
April is Transfer Month at North Central University. During the month of April, all transfer students who apply for admission will have the $25 application fee waived. In addition, transfer students who apply during April will receive expedited transcript evaluation and will be automatically entered to win one of six $500 scholarships.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--- North Central University guard Nathan Roeder, who led the Rams in scoring and assists, headlines the 2012 All-Independent Men’s Basketball teams announced today by the Association of Division III Independents.
Roeder, a junior from Hudson, Wis., averaged 22.1 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game.
Minneapolis, MN-North Central University’s annual “First Things Last” chapel series will be held February 21st-23rd. This year’s event will feature three professors from the Institute for Biblical and Theological Studies:
North Central University had the privilege of hosting guests from Chuxiong Normal University on February 3, 2012, as part of an ongoing partnership between the two universities.
Chuxiong Normal University (CNU) is located in the Yunnan province of the People’s Republic of China and began a partnership with North Central University in February, 2006,
Grace Adam, generous donor and alumna of North Central University, co-founder of KNOF FM and Selby Gospel Broadcasting, passed away on December 22, 2011.
Fred and Grace Adam founded the radio station KNOF in 1960. The Selby Gospel Broadcasting Corporation was a full gospel ministry with a combination of teaching and preaching along with southern gospel music.