687 students have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2016 spring semester. To be eligible for the academic honor, a student must earn a 3.5 grade-point average while taking at least twelve graded credit hours of classes at the undergraduate level or six graded credit hours at the graduate level. NNU’s Dean’s List includes students from twenty-five states and seven foreign countries.
Transitioning to campus life can be a substantial change for incoming students, but at NNU our Resident Directors help to bridge the gap between home and residence hall life. Current student and daughter of RD Stacy Freiburghaus, Carlee Freiburghaus shares her experience in Dooley. She comments, “It’s nice to have that motherly presence in the residence hall.”
Beginning in October 2016 for the 2017-18 academic year, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available earlier—in October, rather than January—and the FAFSA will now use tax information from two years ago (prior-prior year) as opposed to last year.
PALCON (Pastors and Leaders Conference) 2016 will be hosted by NNU on June 27-29. Designed for clergy serving on the front lines of ministry, PALCON is a program that encourages, challenges and equips those in ministry. Register now to join the ministers and leaders who will be joining us for three days of fellowship, workshops, worship and fun.
Debbie Johnston, mom of Sacha Johnston (’15) and Llewellyn Johnston (class of 2017), describes the transformation she saw in her oldest daughter, Sacha, over her freshman year at NNU.
Saturday, May 7, NNU honored 241 graduates from the College of Arts & Sciences and 338 graduates from the College of Adult & Graduate Studies. The graduates represented states from throughout the U.S. and 15 foreign countries, including Albania, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Paraguay, South Korea and Zambia.
NNU's student-run newspaper "The Crusader" interviewed seniors from the class of 2016 to find out what their plans are for after graduation, and what stands out to them from their time at NNU. Lauren Diaz is a marketing major from Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Made possible by Korea Nazarene University and other NNU connections, the tour is planned to be very interactive with the people and culture there. Besides music—mission work and exposure to the Korean culture will be other focuses of this multifaceted trip.
After graduating on May 7 with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an electrical emphasis, Erik Anderson will prepare to head to Columbia University in the fall where he will begin a graduate assistantship and pursue a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.
Cierra White came to NNU from Modesto, California to pursue her love of basketball at the NCAA DII level. She hadn’t considered computer science as a major, but decided to pursue it because of the flexibility and support of the department’s faculty and the opportunities the field offered.