NNU's American Marketing Association Chapter exceeded expectations and all past performances at the annual AMA conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
After spending a week competing at a nationwide forensics tournament in Hempstead, New York, our students earned impressive, national rankings!
A group of four NNU students and two professors will be traveling to Hempstead, New York to compete is the Pi Kappa Delta National Forensics Tournament and Convention at Hofstra University
We are excited to announce two new areas of concentration for our computer science major: Cybersecurity and Data Science.
Northwest Nazarene University’s Office of Academic Affairs is proud to announce that 409 undergrad students and 260 graduate students have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2018 fall semester and 102 were named to the President’s List.
NNU’s American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter Case Competition team received the Commendable Award for their marketing strategy submission for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
David Hille was inspired by his experience as a student to return to NNU as a professor.
Political science student Jessica Charles carries lessons from NNU with her to law school and beyond.
Isaac Mitchell has been awarded the Maurice and Charlotte Moore Scholarship for medical school from Alpha Epsilon Delta. This prestigious $2500 scholarship is awarded to only one student per region.
This year's Cornerstone class is focused around education cultivating service in the Nampa community. Through community partnerships, students will learn about the service and transformation already underway in the Nampa community, and then join in on that provider’s work to benefit both the community and their own learning.
President Joel Pearsall has announced the total fall enrollment at 2,013 students. This year’s 1,287 undergraduate and 726 graduate and doctoral students indicate steady enrollment for the university.
“It is gratifying to be able to use the accounting skills we learn in the classroom to make a real difference in people's lives,” said accounting major Richelle Nixon. From filing tax returns to completing economic impact studies, business students are finding ways to serve their community while gaining experience.
“Being a part of something that could literally change the way Idahoans live is absolutely beautiful,” shared MSW student Sierra Vice. NNU makes sure both their grad and undergrad students have opportunities to serve their community before entering the workforce.
“Being involved in the community shows us what is going on in our community,” said senior Ashlee Seeger, “which then shows us how we can help other people.” Professor Jane Weis and her nursing students have found a way to meet a major need for an underserved population in the Treasure Valley.
While developing skills for their future careers, NNU music industry students shared their passion for music with 250 local middle schoolers.