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Degrees of value

Public debate flip-flops on the value of a liberal-arts-based education, but NNU has never wavered from its mission of educating the whole person.
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Classes of influence

Students reflect on their most influential courses. Their responses demonstrate that transformative growth often happens in the least expected places and ways.
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A major change

At NNU, we think differently about changing majors: not as a guaranteed extra year, but rather an opportunity to help students discover their true passion.
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Qualities worth pursuing

Employers want more than time-clock punchers. NNU graduates exemplify experience, integrity and passion, essential personal traits that make them highly desirable employees—and people.
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Inspired by unlikely servants

Spring 2015

In May 2014, eight students and two professors traveled with NNU to Hope Home, a Haitian orphanage for children with disabilities. While there, the team discovered the challenges of caring for 30 disabled children without the steady availability of running water.

Spiritual transformation within the classroom

Spring 2015

Organic chemistry class. It’s not a scene that evokes thoughts of spiritual transformation or religious encounters. But amidst lab coats, goggles and beakers full of chemicals, NNU Nursing student Brandi Johnson has discovered what it means to have a real relationship with Jesus Christ.

Division 2 soccer player shares his incredible journey to the U.S. and NNU (#GoNNUCrusaders)

Spring 2015

Bryan Neba is a soccer player, a soldier and a nursing student. He understands the unique opportunities he has at NNU and as a Division 2 athlete because his current path would have been impossible in his native Cameroon.

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