Northwestern College VIRTUAL VISIT
Christianuniversitiesonline.com says Northwestern is one of the most beautiful Christian colleges. We think so too! Take a campus tour with guides Devin Vander Werff ’20, a business-finance major, and Corrie Hayes ’20, a theatre and business-marketing major. Then spend some virtual time in those same spaces through photos with 360° views.
As a top-ranked Christian college, Northwestern offers you an education that will attract employer and grad school attention. That’s why 99.5% of our 2020 graduates had landed jobs or enrolled in grad programs within 6 months of graduation. See how NWC’s Compass Center for Career & Calling will guide you toward a career you’ll love. Then, reach out. Request a meeting with a Northwestern professor, and you’ll discover why students love them so much.
Raider Nation is a place to belong. Panelists Julie Elliott (VP for student life), Dr. Jim Mead (biblical and theological studies), and students Anna Wedel ’21 and Dana Van Ostrand ’20 will give you the inside scoop. Then take a peek at some of our most beloved campus traditions—and imagine yourself part of our fun-loving, close-knit community.
Wherever you are in your faith journey, there’s a place and a purpose for you here. Christianity Today has called Northwestern a “best college for spiritual enrichment.” That’s because the experiences you get here will make you smarter, stronger, braver and more faithful—exactly the kind of person our world so desperately needs.
If you want to be part of a winning athletic program, then you need to be a Raider. We set records and take home trophies. But more than that, we care about coaching you to develop character, confidence, perseverance and resilience. Reach out to one of our coaches if you want to explore whether the next uniform you put on should be Raider red.
These students serve as campus ambassadors when classes are in session, showing visitors around and answering their questions. Browse their photos to learn their majors, hometowns and co-curricular involvements. Then feel free to email any of them (or all of them!) with any questions you have about college generally or Northwestern specifically.