Joyce Marrie '97, Ph.D., brings history and a powerful message to life through her portrayal of abolitionist Sojourner Truth and her work with local youth.
Starting a business in college probably sounds daunting, maybe even impossible. Hear from Miriam Barnhart '19 as she shares her journey through the North Central University Entrepreneurship degree program and talks about the business she recently launched from her college apartment.
As hundreds gathered at the 38th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute at the University of Minnesota, a North Central University professor stood on stage, helping to make the event accessible to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community by providing ASL-interpreting for the inspirational program. Regina Daniels, M.A., associate professor in the Carlstrom ASL-Interpreting Department, was honored to be part of the event.
North Central University students raised money to provide hot meals for residents of the nearby Franklin/Hiawatha Encampment.
Entrepreneurship major Shayna Fowler was recently featured by Forbes magazine and by the CCCU for her kickstarter, Khana, and its global impact. Read more about her story.
For the second year in a row, North Central has posted record-high retention, according to Erin White, M.A., Dean of Student Advocacy. For any university, retention rates serve as a temperature check for the wellness of the university and an indicator of student success. Read more about the record-breaking rates at North Central!
During a fall chapel series, the deans of North Central’s undergraduate colleges spoke in four separate chapels to share heartfelt messages with the campus. Through stories, life philosophies, and biblical wisdom, the deans demonstrated the heart of what students experience daily in their classes.
In the three months since North Central University’s spring commencement exercises, the Class of 2018 has been busy pursuing their dreams and gainful employment in their fields of study, and Business and Education graduates have achieved 100-percent placement in career-related jobs.
As a business major, you’ll engage in practical, hands-on studies to prepare you for your career. You’ll be pushed and challenged through your business courses, taught by experienced professors who know the industry and can equip you to succeed after you graduate.
North Central alumna and Entrepreneurship major Shayna Fowler developed a business and is launching a Kickstarter campaign for a business that will help girls in Africa to stay in school.