NNU News

Concurrent Credit Program: a bridge into college

December 11, 2015

NNU’s concurrent credit program is “a bridge to college,” explains Matthew Fraley, language and cultural studies concurrent credit advisor and instructor. “No matter what institution students attend—NNU or not—they will be prepared.”

Brandt Foundation awards $65,000 grant to NNU

December 8, 2015

Since 2000, the Brandt Foundation has distributed over $4.9 million to local organizations engaged in primary and secondary education, economic education, charity, faith and hope. NNU Associate Vice President of Development Mark Wheeler expressed his appreciation stating, “The Brandt Foundation has been a generous and faithful supporter of NNU.... We are blessed to be in partnership with the Brandt Foundation as we serve those in the Treasure Valley and beyond.”

College is hard: The Center for Academic Success & Advising can help

December 7, 2015

Three NNU academic support faculty share their advice to help students navigate the challenges of the demanding college schedule. Here are their six top tips and CASA services that you should be taking advantage of.

Is college really harder than high school?

December 3, 2015

The answer is "yes," but that doesn't mean it's time to panic. Current college students give insight into the college experience: they explain why college is harder than high school, and what they do to make it easier.

Mass communication major pursues dream

December 2, 2015

For mass communication major Vlad Imakaev, the pursuit of a dream led him to the United States from his home country of Ukraine. Vlad believes that by attending Northwest Nazarene University and studying with the NNU Film School he can one day accomplish his goal of converting his novels into films.

How to survive dead week: 10 students share their secrets

November 30, 2015

As the semester begins winding down, you’ve already started having that sinking feeling that dead week, the week before finals when countless projects and papers are all due at once, lies just beyond the horizon. Or perhaps you are only now realizing how little time is left before Christmas break, in which case I welcome you to the party and invite you to read this article to sufficiently prepare.

Homecoming community

November 20, 2015

"Being the first of my family to attend NNU, I am still baffled and impressed by the NNU community," reflects current student Carly Gilmore. "But, it wasn’t until my third Homecoming weekend here that I started to realize the campus community is just a fraction—the surface—of the entire NNU community."

Department of Music looks to upcoming Christmas concert

November 20, 2015

Come Sunday, December 6, for an evening of great Christmas music—old and new—and join in on some Christmas carols. The evening will be a joyous and memorable way for your family to kick off the Christmas season by celebrating the birth of our Lord through music.

Opera dessert theatre hosted by NNU's Department of Music

November 11, 2015

NNU’s Department of Music is pleased to present “Amahl and the Night Visitors” as an opera dessert theatre. Written by Gian Carlo Menotti in 1951, “Amahl and the Visitors” is set in Bethlehem following the birth of Christ. A single mother and her young son, Amahl, worry for their future until one fateful night.

Former player Jon Hawkins returns to NNU as assistant coach

November 11, 2015

Jonathan Hawkins, former NNU basketball player, says his appointment as assistant men’s basketball coach "wasn’t a coincidence—it was a Godincidence. Thankfully, God opened the door for me to walk through!"

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