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Academics @ NWC
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Admissions @ NWC
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Campus life @ NWC
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Faith @ NWC
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Alumni @ NWC
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Giving @ NWC
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Our students are smart. Committed. And ready to be part of God’s work in the world.
Schuyler says the opportunities she's had to tutor and serve as an English teaching assistant are preparing her for her own classroom.
Northwestern’s size and sense of community led Landon here, but it's the faculty and learning opportunities that continue to impress him as a student. Right now, Landon is considering grad school to become a history professor.
Jonathan came to Northwestern from California and joined the Honors Program partway through his college career to increase his learning and competitive advantage for eventual employment or graduate school.
Josh enjoys writing code and solving complex problems. What he loves most, though, are the relationships he has with his computer science professors and peers.
Noah chose political science because he wants to facilitate a political system that cares about others as much as Jesus commands and abides by the ethic of loving others as yourself.
Kitrick chose math because it's a language of patterns that gives meaning to abstractions. It's a discipline where there are always solutions to problems. "Math is powerful," he says, "and that's why I love studying it."
If a Northwestern College music ensemble is playing, there’s a good chance Joel is part of it. A music and secondary education major, he plans to become a high school band director after graduation.
Originally from Nigeria, Dabby transferred to Northwestern after attending a community college in Los Angeles, California. He says Northwestern’s helpful staff made the transfer process go smoothly, and he’s been impressed with the friendly and welcoming professors.
When looking at career options, Samantha discovered her love for math and science align with the skills needed for biomedical engineering.
A double major, Ali aspires to be a physician scientist, and he says studying art improves his skills as a scientist.
After visiting and comparing NWC to other colleges, he realized it felt more like home. In addition to majoring in criminal justice, Chris is a defender on the Raider soccer team.
Erica found she could pursue her passion for athletics through Northwestern’s sport management major.
Libby found that worship arts combines all of her passions: music, theology and theatre.
Noah's future career as a physician will combine his fascination with the intricacies of the human body with his desire to help people.
Wilfredo decided to major in political science because he wants to learn how he can help the political situation of his country of Honduras.
Sammy uses the Peer Learning Center herself. She loves the satisfaction that comes when someone leaves a tutoring session confident in their knowledge or homework.
Passionate about breaking the stigma surrounding mental health, Hannah aspires to be a forensic psychiatrist.
Taylor appreciates how Northwestern sets high academic standards that will prepare her well for medical school.
Jadeyn hopes to work in event planning and fundraising, with her sights set on one day starting a nonprofit to assist people who have been rescued from human trafficking.
Steven is majoring in biophysics because it will prepare him well for the MCAT and be a positive addition to his medical school application.
Sofia is grateful for how Northwestern's theatre department is preparing her not only for a career in performance, but also many other areas of theatre work.
Lydia's Spanish major is preparing her to understand the clients she will serve as a social worker.
Hayden hopes to serve as an advocate for people in need, aiming to improve their lives and circumstances.
Colin's lifelong love of history has led him to want to bring the past to life for students.
An accounting major with a minor in business administration, Michaela has been active in the Women in Leadership Club and the Business Club. She has already been hired to work for Plante Moran in Denver after graduation.
When he was unable to wrestle for the Raiders his sophomore year due to an injury, Reid took advantage of the opportunity to study in the college’s Romania Semester.
Jacob became interested in health care at a young age, as both his mother and grandmother were nurses. Through their examples, he realized that he, too, enjoys helping people be physically, mentally and spiritually healthy.
Even as she is learning about youth ministry and worship arts, Celina is getting practical experiences—serving as a mentor for high school students and as a member of the college's chapel worship team.
An elementary education major, Whitney realizes that teaching involves more than knowing the curriculum. Just as important is letting students know they are loved, capable and worthy.