North Central students had an opportunity to learn from centenarians at Augustana Care. Read about their experience, and some nuggets of wisdom they shared with students.
While college is a time known for ramen noodle food budgets and a not-so-stable financial status, that doesn't mean you can't be disciplined in finances. In fact, college is an excellent time to start! For most students, this is the first time being independent from their parents and that often means financial independence. Learning to create budgets, spend wisely, and save are all things (and more) you can start doing in your steps toward financial independence.
North Central's third annual Give Day returns on March 21 to raise funds to renovate the "Carlson Corridor." Matching funds can help. triple your gifts.
College is an opportune time to learn more about not only your career but to grow in character as well. Forming new friendships, working on stressful projects and papers, and spending time in community all contribute to years of figuring out who you are, how you communicate, how to succeed, and to discover your personality in college.
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.
It's the end of January and that means... at least 2 more months of winter await us! Cabin fever might be knocking at your door. But not to worry, Bridgett Boeke '20, a third-year student and expert on all things cozy create a list of all of her favorite spots in Minneapolis to buckle down on homework and cozy up in the cold.
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.