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North Central University is a private, Christian university located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, MN. Offering undergraduate degrees, online degrees, and graduate degrees, North Central will prepare you with the skills you need for your career and ministry.

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Minneapolis skyline in autumn with yellow leaves on trees nearby.

Fun Fall Activities Around Minneapolis for College Students

Fall is one of the best seasons for outdoor activities. In Minneapolis, there is no end of things to do here in the fall. Here are some of the local favorites that students and their friends can do this fall season. Take a trip to the apple orchard One of the most classic fall activities is going to the apple…

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North Central University community reflects on 9/11

Twenty years ago today, on Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked commercial planes and orchestrated attacks on U.S. soil that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York City, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania. These events, collectively remembered as "9/11," mark an unforgettable day for our nation and changed everything about how we live our lives—and how we think about safety. Children born…

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Things to do right after arriving at college

Lots of students feel overwhelmed the day they move to North Central for the first time. Especially during move-in day, there is a lot of stress that students have to deal with when they are moving in. However, there are ways to help you alleviate some of that stress after moving onto campus. Explore your new campus One of the…

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College of Business and Technology student, alumni featured in AG News

Every day, the North Central University College of Business & Technology produces graduates who are ready to take on the world. This is because students receive a unique business education that provides them with practical skills and prepares them for their future careers—all in the context of integrating faith and business. We also have an alumni network that has gone…

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