Lilburn Wesche, class of 1951, shares how NNU baseball—with its unlikely beginning— has grown over the decades into a conference championship team. "The pioneer players should be congratulated. Their perseverance prepared the way, and over the years the teams improved until today NNU is a conference powerhouse."
Each year NNU’s Office of Spiritual Formation plans Fall Revival, a three-day chapel emphasis aimed to rejuvenate the spiritual life of the entire campus. Guest speaker Dr. Richard Beck, professor and chair of the Department of Psychology at Abilene Christian University, focused his messages on love.
Longtime staff member Rob O'Donahue shares the impact the NNU community has had on his family. "We didn't know what we were missing years ago before NNU, but now we call it home and can't imagine our lives without it."
Over the past few years, Northwest Nazarene University Athletics has given its student-athletes once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that go beyond the playing fields and courts. Most recently, the NNU women’s soccer team spent a week in the island nation of Trinidad off the coast of Venezuela.
In their roles in Student Development, Grant and Jen Miller now encourage the same community for current students that transformed each of them.
Dr. Tim Anstine, professor of chemistry, makes a profound impression on students’ lives because of his investment in their spiritual growth as well as academic progress.
NNU seeks to create an environment where students can form real relationships with faculty, with staff, and with one another that last long after they leave campus.
Celebrating the inauguration of President Joel Pearsall reminds the community of our rich presidential heritage built on a foundation of shared values.
The SimMan is a high-tech mannequin that helps our nursing students implement and observe multiple processes and try to anticipate different things that could occur with a patient. We talked with senior nursing students who shared five ways that working with the SimMan has given them invaluable hands-on experience.
Monday evening, October 24, high school seniors, transfer students, and their parents are invited to file their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2017 school year at a free event hosted by NNU. The FAFSA submission process can often be overwhelming, and NNU’s Financial Aid and Admissions Offices hope this event can answer questions that students and parents might have.