At NNU, we think differently about changing majors: not as a guaranteed extra year, but rather an opportunity to help students discover their true passion.
Students reflect on their most influential courses. Their responses demonstrate that transformative growth often happens in the least expected places and ways.
The Wiley Street Station of the Idaho Subway System will be open for public inspection February 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. As the only subway station in Idaho, Wiley Street...wait a minute. How can there be only one station on a subway system? And since when has Idaho even had underground mass transit?
Scholarship opportunities don't end with academic and need-based scholarships. Students can also pursue additional NNU and outside scholarships based on their intended area of study, athletics and other interests.
The Center for Academic Success & Advising is here to support students in learning the ability to think critically and ethically to empower them for success in the classroom.
We recognize that attending college is a significant commitment. We are here to support your student in their NNU journey as they complete their degree and envision its use in the future.
Any college education can prepare your child for the world of work; but a Christian, liberal arts education will prepare them for a meaningful, worship-filled life intertwined with that work.
The M.Div. program helped Kenton match his skill-set with the work of God. He started a new kind of church, called The Table Church, which is designed to meet people where they are.
Read about how seniors Nathan Knox and Miles Wilson moved one step closer to achieving their dreams of working in the music industry by studying in a select, semester-long program which provided incredible experiences, contacts and lessons.
After a semester studying abroad in Costa Rica, sophomore communications science and Spanish double major Michael Reimer recalls the “main highlight was being able to join in the rhythm of life and really connect with my host family, the people, and their culture.”