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.”
College is hard enough when you attend every class and have immediate access to a supportive community of professors and students. Try taking those classes on a different continent from your classmates and you’ve got a whole new set of challenges. Find out how graphic design student Sacha Johnston survived a 10,000-mile separation from her NNU family.
Ken and Apple Johnson came to NNU to study Christian Ministry online after experiencing personal transformation through the love of Christ.
Jane Zhang, a junior business administration and global business double major from a small town in China, says "my dear friend professor Kathy Burns....is one of the very special people that showed me how wonderful this community is and how God works in each person's life."
NNU is thrilled to reintroduce it's Master of Education degree in curriculum and instruction as a fully online program with an innovative support model and a new focus on global education. The new M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Innovation combines all the things students have loved about the program with enhancements that make it more accessible and challenging than ever before.
In the fields of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering and physics, 11 Northwest Nazarene University professors guided 36 students through a summer of research this last June, July and August. One of those projects involved the battle against MRSA (pronounced Mursa)–the super bacteria.