Latest COVID-19 updates from NCU

Our community response to the COVID-19 pandemic

See how North Central University students, staff, faculty, and alumni are maintaining NCU's strong community in this season.

Alumni-owned business expands to produce masks

Khana, founded by alumni Shayna Fowler ('18), exists to meet basic female needs. Now, Khana has begun producing masks as well.

Computer Science students build, donate computers to those in need

Colin Miller, Director of the School of Technology, has been working with students to create computers from scratch and donate them.

Alumni partners with church to provide support

Jacob Dilger ('20) is assisting his church with local outreach and communications.

Alumni helps provide essential services to the homeless

Jeremy Montgomery ('96) is using his position as CEO of Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission to provide essential services to homeless men.

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Colin Miller, Director of the School of Technology, has been working with his students to create computers from scratch and donate them to families without access to technology during the pandemic. So far, Director Miller and his computer science students have been able to donate three computers to students who are now able to easily complete their virtual learning assignments from the safety of their homes.

“I am helping our church (Stone Creek) to connect with people through our social media platforms, personal phone calls, letters, and more, but that is not what I am most thrilled about. Through the pandemic our church has connected with our community on a deeper level than ever before by providing food for thousands of families during this difficult time. We have accomplished this mission by partnering with other churches in our area and are continuing to dream with them of what it would look like to serve more effectively. I’m so thankful to be a part of a life-giving church!”