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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 a graduate degree, North Central will prepare you with the skills you need for your career and ministry.

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George Floyd memorial service

Why a George Floyd Memorial Scholarship is Good for American Higher Education

Photo by: Isaiah Rustad By Scott Hagan, Ph.D., President, North Central University In the aftermath of George Floyd’s death a controversial movement has begun. On June 4th, North Central University hosted the private family memorial service for George Floyd. When a representative from the Floyd family asked if we were interested in holding the memorial service at our downtown Minneapolis…

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Dorm Necessities

Sharing a dorm room can take some getting used to. Not only will your dorm potentially be smaller than your room at home, but you will have to be thoughtful of another person’s belongings and space as well. Even though it can be challenging to meld living styles, the experience of having a roommate will help you grow and also…

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Thompson Briggs named 2020 Regent's Scholar

The Board of Regents and administration of North Central University are pleased to announce Thompson “Tommy” Briggs as recipient of the 2020 Regent’s Scholarship. Briggs is a 2020 graduate of Faith Christian Academy in Orlando, Florida, and plans to major in Global Studies. Along with his family, Briggs has been active in Faith Assembly and Faith Christian Academy in Orlando for…

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North Central University establishes George Floyd Scholarship Fund

At least 12 other colleges and universities have followed suit since the June 4 announcement At the Minneapolis memorial service for Mr. George Floyd on June 4, North Central University President Scott Hagan, Ph.D., announced the formation of the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship to contribute toward the educational promise of aspiring young black American leaders. After announcing the scholarship, Hagan…

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