The North Central University Alumni Board has announced the 2018 Alumni Award winners. Four alumni have been selected from dozens of nominations and will be officially presented and recognized at the upcoming Partners for Progress gala on October 25. Meet this year's award winners!
North Central University's Jeff Deyo, who teaches in the College of Fine Arts, has released his first book, "Awakening Pure Worship: Cultivating a Closer Friendship with God."
North Central basketball students helped kick off "reading season" for elementary school students in Minneapolis. While at the school, NCU Rams athletes visited with students, talked about playing basketball, and read out loud to the students. Read the full story.
High school students receive hundreds of pieces of college mail and email throughout the year. And it doesn’t take long for every piece of mail to blend together. The designs all start to look the same, and the messaging just feels mushy. We’ve had enough of this. This year at North Central, we wanted to create a campaign that students could relate to—one that would cut through the clutter and fluffy marketing. We wanted this campaign to be one that would mean something to future students (and to us), and that would inspire people to choose a Christian college that has the potential to change their life.
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.
Scott Hagan, M.A., became the seventh president of North Central University in June 2017. One year later, we caught up with him to learn about his first year and what he sees on the horizon.
North Central University has announced the formation of a new college and the appointment of new deans, effective June 1, 2018.
North Central University announced yesterday it has earned its reaccreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, effective Feb. 13, 2018, with the next Reaffirmation of Accreditation scheduled for 2027–28.