Each year NNU's Office of Spiritual Formation plans Winter Awakening, a three-day chapel emphasis aimed to rejuvenate the spiritual life of the entire campus. Travis Whittaker—lead pastor of Mile City Church, a new church plant in Livonia, Michigan—provided the sermons and focused his messages on the Lord’s Prayer.
Six-hundred and sixty-seven students have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2015 fall 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.
At NNU, not only do we offer every federal opportunity available to your student in addition to internal scholarships, but there are other things you and your son or daughter can be doing now to help make college more affordable. Here are three things you can do to make college more affordable.
Financial aid reduces how much of the college cost you are responsible for paying, but navigating through the world of scholarships, grants and loans can be difficult. The first step to defraying the price of college is being well informed about the process. Let us help!
There are many active, church-led services and ministry opportunities available to NNU students close to campus. The Encounter Movement, formed by Eagle Nazarene Church, is one such service led by NNU students and alums who are anxious to put their faith and education to work as transformative agents in the world.
We reached out to pastors on the Northwest Region to ask them what their advice would be to students seeking transformation in their relationships in Christ in the new year. The response was phenomenal! So many, in fact, that we couldn’t fit them all in one place. We think the advice they gave is relevant no matter what age you are or where you’re at in your walk.
Set in the heart of New York City, “Guys and Dolls” is a story about redemption. By the end, when bets and love seem at odds, the characters are forced to question their priorities and—hopefully—choose to make things right.
Senior biology major John Eaton shares his thoughts on New Year's resolutions versus daily dedication to a goal. “Every day you wake up with a choice and a chance for a new resolution." This is the lifestyle that John has chosen to live and one he encourages others to choose as well.
Each summer, Northwest Nazarene University sends out faculty and students to make a difference in people’s lives around the globe. This summer five mission teams will be sent to serve in Poland, Liberia, Colombia, Haiti, and Kenya.
"If any NNU student wants a community to grow spiritually with, they came to the right place—spiritual guidance and encouragement is bountiful here. There are tons of opportunities to engage in God’s word, to worship Christ, to leave comfort zones, to serve in the community and, in the process, to grow spiritually—you just need to know where to look."