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Continuing
the Mission

Joel K. Pearsall has a long history with NNU culminating now in his role as president. His willingness to serve the people of NNU will navigate the university the next two years.
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Learning from experience

Studies show that students who participate in experiential learning while at college are twice as likely to be engaged at work. At NNU, such opportunities abound.
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Making industry connections

Through the Contemporary Music Center in Nashville, Tennessee, NNU music majors get a taste of the music industry and leave with valuable connections.
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Living the
pura vida

Costa Rica is called the land of pure life. NNU faculty and students are experiencing it for themselves through numerous experiential learning opportunities.
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Cross-country team members race to serve around the world

Spring 2016

10 Crusaders traveled to Kenya over Christmas break to volunteer with missionaries from One 5 Ministries and Wordsower International. The group shared God’s word and led running camps for more than 400 orphans and children living on the street.

Accepting the challenge

Spring 2016

NNU has made significant strides under the new Veterans Services in assisting vets—like Sandra Rollings—through admissions and financial aid processes and helping them participate more fully in the life of the campus community.

Expressing His love

Spring 2016

Joel Ryman has been inspired by his work with Gates of Hope to put his NNU basketball experience to work creating the Hoops4Hope Academy to build relationships with refugee youth.

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