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Military Friendly 2017 logoIf you're a veteran or active in the military, you're welcome at Northwestern. We're designated a Military-Friendly School by Victory Media, and veterans or students active in the armed forces are eligible for Northwestern's De Beer Legacy Veteran's Scholarship, which ranges from $2,500 to $10,000 per year. Contact our registrar's office to learn more about your GI Bill benefits at Northwestern.

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Rebeca, Lincoln, Jamie, Jahdai and Brian are blogging about life at Northwestern. Visit our NWC Stories website to read about what they're learning and experiencing—and who they're becoming.

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Authentic community. Excellent academics. Christ-centered learning. That’s Northwestern College.

We our studentsand our students love us

“As an artist and a Christian, I feel like I'm faced with stereotypes about what can be considered 'Christian art.' Learning to embrace abstract art as a way of glorifying God has challenged me, and so has finding ways to lead people to God through my work.”

Osiris Ordaz Osiris Ordaz ’18 Art and psychology major from Berwyn, Illinois

Osiris's story

“Northwestern’s social work professors are always willing to listen to students, so when we’re in the classroom, we are encouraged to think and learn together.”

Chie Lee Chie Lee ’18 Social work major from Osaka, Japan

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“The community at Northwestern has enabled me to take a good hard look at where I am on my own adventure, and the people I have met in Orange City and overseas have inspired me to empower others to be the best they can be. ”

Will Norris Will Norris ’17 Community Development major from Spirit Lake, Iowa

Will's story

“As I have started to research the entrance requirements for some of the graduate schools I want to attend, I just have to shake my head and smile because my professors prepared me so well. ”

Chris Sietstra Chris Sietstra ’17 Psychology and Accounting major from Boyden, Iowa

Chris's story

“I love that I have professors ready to teach me and answer all of my harebrained questions, but who I can also call my mentors and friends.”

Steven Clark Steven Clark ’18 religion major from Belmond, Iowa

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