North Central University's soccer field in Elliot Park.


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As a North Central alum, you’re a Christ-follower, lifelong learner, leader in your community, and minister who shares Christ’s love through your words and actions.

You helped form what North Central is today and you remain an important part of this community. Here are some ways to stay connected!

Join the Alumni Association

The Alumni Association works to keep alumni connected to North Central and each other, build partnerships between North Central and the community, and support the spiritual, academic, intellectual, recruitment, and placement interests and goals of the University.

Watch highlights from the May 2018 commencement ceremony

George Wood speaks at North Central chapel
George Wood visits campus
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North Central University students raised money to provide hot meals for residents of the nearby Franklin/Hiawatha Encampment.

North Central’s men’s soccer team put an exclamation point at the end of their season on Saturday night as they sailed to a 3-0 victory over Kentucky Christian University to clinch the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) national championship. The win represents the Rams' first NCCAA Men's Soccer National Championship in school history.

Learn about Alumni Benefits

As a North Central alum, there are some great perks available to you. Check them out!

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Support North Central

Your generous support makes it possible for us to prepare young men and women to go out into the world and make a big difference. Here are some ways you can support North Central’s mission.

Meet the administrator

Alumni Relations Administrator Aimee Robertson.


Aimee M. Robertson ‘97

Administrator, Alumni Relations

“I always say that I’ve been running around the halls of North Central since I was 4 years old, and it’s true! From the 80’s when my parents were studying and working here, to the 90’s when I was a student, and even into the early 2000’s when I worked in Academic Affairs, I’ve loved every era that I’ve experienced at NCU! This time around, I’m very excited to connect with current students and alumni.

I’m eager to grow relationships with students while they’re still on campus to shape them into engaged alumni. In addition to staying connected with the university, I want alumni to view NCU as a life-long resource and partner in their success. Your life is still our mission.”

About Aimee

Aimee Robertson ’97 is the administrator in the Office of Advancement, where she also provides leadership for such public relations functions as business and alumni relations and career placement.

 Robertson previously served at NCU as administrative assistant to the vice president for academic affairs and as coordinator of the PSEO program. Most recently, Robertson served as campus director of marketing and admissions at Augustana Care in Minneapolis.