Northwest Nazarene University Department of Nursing is pleased to announce a new Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN FNP) program accepting candidates for a first cohort beginning in August. Applications will be considered for acceptance now through August 1 for the initial fall 2016 start.
“It can sometimes be hard to put words to exactly what the cost of housing gets you, and while it is the ‘brick and mortar’ shelter you'll call home, it's so much more of an experience and an opportunity,” says freshman girls RD Jessica Novello.
“I cannot overstate how much the Honors College has benefited me,” says senior Jessica Guarino. For students who want an academic challenge, the 4-year honors track provides transformative academic value.
“Make Your Mark” is the first of two graphic design shows that will feature the work of our graduating seniors. Join us for a reception on Tuesday, April 12, 4 –6 p.m. where we will celebrate the work of Kaylee Cooper, AnnaMarie Forza, Will Griswell, Glenna Rose Hanson, Heather Neil, Nicole Thiel and Sierra Zuberer.
The School of Business is pleased to announce that NNU’s AMA (American Marketing Association) Collegiate Chapter was a recipient of the exemplary collegiate chapter performance award for outstanding chapter planning at the International AMA Collegiate Conference in New Orleans.
Not only does NNU's Master of Social Work program prepare students for advanced micro and macro practice, professional leadership, and lifelong learning, but it also has a historical job placement rate of 95 percent in an occupation that's projected to grow 25 percent by 2020.
“I chose to be a part of the VEX Robotics team so that I could get hands-on experience with some of the basic engineering concepts," says engineering student Cole Logemann. "Being able to say that I was a part of this team will show a potential employer that I am a team player and that I have some foundational experiences that can be built upon.”
“Over the past nine months, Joel Pearsall has demonstrated that he is well qualified to lead Northwest Nazarene University,” said Board of Trustees Chair Randy Craker. “The board heard overwhelming support for his leadership and for his ongoing work. We are confident that the university is in good hands going forward.”
According to a recent article in the Idaho Press Tribune, students accumulate an average of about $26,000 of debt earning their degree at NNU. That much debt can take years to pay off if you don’t use the right strategy. So, here are some conventional (and some not so conventional) ways you can be free of your student loans faster.
Reverend Althea C. Taylor is speaking on holiness and racism this week as part of an ongoing chapel emphasis on justice, mercy and humility grounded in scripture and the Wesleyan Holiness tradition. Rev. Taylor is a gifted communicator, a committed Nazarene, and has a heartbeat for racial reconciliation.