The Intercultural Studies (ICS) and Fine Arts departments of North Central University present Worldgate 2011: Awakening, March 17-19, 2011. Worldgate 2011: Awakening is an event that challenges the NCU community – in every academic discipline – to become personally aware, responsible, and involved in the global ministry of the Gospel. In partnership with the NCU Fine Arts Department, Worldgate 201
Minneapolis, MN – The community of North Central University was delighted to have General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Dr. George O. Wood on its campus February 22, 2011. Wood was at NCU to serve as one of the semester’s Moen Chairs for Pentecostal Preaching.
Through the generous gifts of donors, North Central University students have had the privilege of studying each semester with prominent preachers and leaders who have experience both behind the pulpit and in the international field.
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.
A suggestion that came from an Assemblies of God college student has grown into an event that will cross the nation. From Zion Bible College in Massachusetts to Bethany University in California, students, faculty members and administrators from each of the 19 AG colleges and universities will unite in one powerful hour of simultaneous prayer on February 1.
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.