North Central faculty member Richard Pruitt launches new book exploring theology through community and adds an important voice to biblical and theological hermeneutics.
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.
Dr. Amy Anderson shares her expertise in a new book on textual criticism, selected by The Gospel Coalition for a short list of "New Books You Should Read."
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.
A North Central student learns to reframe her thinking about human trafficking and how to address the issues surrounding it after a powerful mission trip to Romania.
Sometimes, your dream job is not simply attained via one degree program. By combining two degrees, you can create and pursue a unique major that suits your passions and goals. An interdisciplinary studies major can help you decide on the perfect degree by allowing you to customize your program with two complementary fields of study.
One fulfilling way to spend some of your time in the summer is by getting involved in ministry. Being enrolled in a Christian university makes it very easy to stay involved in ministry opportunities during the school year but if you feel called to serve the Kingdom over the summer, connecting with a ministry can help you do that.
What is interdisciplinary studies? An interdisciplinary studies major a highly customizable degree. It's almost whatever you want it to be (with a few guidelines of course). Choose 1 to about 3 main fields of study and your years of school will be centered around these main concentrations. Unlike a traditional major, however, you will not have to meet requirements of each of your concentrations in order to earn your degree. So you have the freedom to pick the classes in each concentration that you feel will best equip you for the specific career path you have already chosen. Learn more and download a free course list.
Are you called? You want to preach the Gospel. You want to serve, but as a high school senior, it can be hard to know if pastoral ministry is the path you’re called to. A pastoral studies major may be the right next step.