In May 2014, eight students and two professors traveled with NNU to Hope Home, a Haitian orphanage for children with disabilities. While there, the team discovered the challenges of caring for 30 disabled children without the steady availability of running water.
Organic chemistry class. It’s not a scene that evokes thoughts of spiritual transformation or religious encounters. But amidst lab coats, goggles and beakers full of chemicals, NNU nursing student Brandi Johnson has discovered what it means to have a real relationship with Jesus Christ.
The Wiley Street Station of the Idaho Subway System will be open for public inspection February 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. As the only subway station in Idaho, Wiley Street...wait a minute. How can there be only one station on a subway system? And since when has Idaho even had underground mass transit?
The Center for Academic Success & Advising is here to support students in learning the ability to think critically and ethically to empower them for success in the classroom.
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.
Krist Wilde, from Capital Christian Center in Boise, came to share his heart with our campus community during Winter Awakening—a time we set aside in January to return our focus to God.
From notable alumni to new facilities to athletic firsts, NNU has had an amazing year. Check out five of our most significant moments of 2014.
5 tips from experienced students who are not just surviving but having the times of their lives.
There are a number of ways to prove that a university is growing, but here are a few growth metrics you might not have thought about.
Chaplains Dustin and Olivia Metcalf used this special time of spiritual focus to challenge the campus community to live up to the name of Christian. Continuing their series from the Sermon on the Mount, they unfolded difficult passages on persecution and being salt and light.