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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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“Nursing is a profession that allows me to mix my love of science and service with compassion for people. ”

Jessica Howe Jessica Howe ’17 Nursing major from Orange City, Iowa

Jessica's story

“As I encountered the complexities of chemistry, physics and God’s created order, my faith has been strengthened as I stand in awe of the Creator who made it all.”

Jordan Strand Jordan Strand ’17 Chemistry major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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“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

“Asking for a tutor is not a sign of weakness or ignorance; it actually means the person is mature enough to admit that someone else can help. ”

Mario Salcedo Mario Salcedo ’17 Criminal justice and Spanish major from Sioux Center, Iowa

Mario's story

“Studying business has challenged my faith in a variety of ways, and I especially appreciate the business ethics course I took. We were able to discuss difficult scenarios from a Christian perspective, and I have no doubt I will personally encounter many similar situations in my future career.”

TJ Spykstra TJ Spykstra ’17 Business administration/marketing major from Aurora, Colorado

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