U.S. News & World Report named NNU's Graduate Education degree offerings as one of the top online programs in America in the new 2017 Best Online Programs rankings that were released on January 10. NNU is listed number 124 of 188, and this is the first time NNU’s Graduate Education programs have ranked on this new but prestigious list.
As we enter 2017 with anticipation of what is to come, we want to take a minute to reflect on some of the highlights of the year past. Check out five of NNU’s most significant moments in 2016.
Make sure you don’t miss out on the unique activities Idaho’s winters have to offer. Check out these five fun things to do near NNU during this cold and snowy season.
Check out our top five Nampa destinations that are just a few short blocks from campus. It won’t take you long to discover there are treasures that lie in the heart of our quaint downtown Nampa community.
This year at Homecoming, the NNU Herpetology Lab students and members of the Idaho Herpetological Society had live animals on display for alumni and friends to see close up—and, in some cases, to get real personal (hold).
This fall, one NNU alumnus and one current student have been inspired to coordinate and lead two all-denominational worship services—The Mill and Oh Holy Night—in the Boise Valley.
There are many things that homecoming brings to our campus—a time of celebration, togetherness, liveliness and so much more—but it means something a little different to each person. Three current students share their perspective on Homecoming & Family Weekend 2016.
Now in its fourth year, "Noel" features performances from NNU’s top ensembles and offers an evening of outstanding traditional Christmas classics each year as well as new inspirational music. Join NNU and the Department of Music on Sunday, December 11 for this annual Christmas performance.
NNU was ranked #4 in the U.S. for private universities and #19 for four-year public/private universities and colleges overall in Military Times' Best for Vets: Colleges 2017 rankings.
NNU's Department of Music will present a fall concert featuring the unique styles of both the NNU Concert Band and Bella Voce women’s chorus on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Brandt Center’s Swayne Auditorium. Concert Band’s repertoire will reflect instrumental sounds from across the ages; Bella Voce’s program will explore the concept of remembrance.