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Our presidential heritage

University presidential inaugurations connect us to our legacy and illustrate the value of community.
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A community of belonging

NNU seeks to create an environment where students can form real relationships that last long after they leave campus.
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The elements that bond

Dr. Tim Anstine, professor of chemistry, builds in students a passion not only for science but also for the Lord.
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Sharing the value of community

Jen and Grant Miller work together to create an environment where students can flourish.
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The making of a team

Fall 2016

Lilburn Wesche, class of 1951, shares how NNU baseball—with its unlikely beginning— has grown over the decades into a conference championship team. "The pioneer players should be congratulated. Their perseverance prepared the way, and over the years the teams improved until today NNU is a conference powerhouse."

Adopted into community

Fall 2016

Longtime staff member Rob O'Donahue shares the impact the NNU community has had on his family. "We didn't know what we were missing years ago before NNU, but now we call it home and can't imagine our lives without it."

Crusader women’s soccer builds team and trust

Fall 2016

Over the past few years, Northwest Nazarene University Athletics has given its student-athletes once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that go beyond the playing fields and courts. Most recently, the NNU women’s soccer team spent a week in the island nation of Trinidad off the coast of Venezuela.

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