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.
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."
The holiday season brings all things merry and bright with family gatherings, the spirit of giving, and setting intentions for the new year to come. The holidays can also be an opportune time to reflect on the year, how things are different from this time last year, and all the things you have to be thankful for.
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.
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!
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.