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A growing and vital university

NNU has provided outstanding traditional education for a century. Exciting growth on campus has opened the door to new opportunities.
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Building resources for the 21st century

The Leah Peterson Learning Commons will be home to the Riley Library, progressive technology and more.
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Expanding online outreach

NNU Online serves the mission of the university by reaching new populations with an academically rigorous, distinctly Christian education.
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Transforming Idaho education

The NNU Doceo Center is working to bring education reform to Idaho through technology.
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New faculty eager to challenge and nurture

Fall 2014

NNU is pleased to welcome 15 new faculty to campus this fall. ​In addition to the academic positions they assume, these individuals may also be found in their lesser-known roles of landscape artist, world traveler, martial arts teacher, photographer, couch potato, musician, outdoor enthusiast and horse whisperer, to name a few.

Crusaders race to the top of the GNAC (#GoNNUCrusaders)

Fall 2014

When John Spatz stepped onto NNU’s campus back in the fall of 2003, he took over a young Crusader Track & Field program that now faced the challenges of competing in the NCAA and for Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships. Twelve years later, Crusader Track & Field is one of the elite athletic programs both at NNU and in the GNAC.

NNU celebrates 11 percent enrollment increase in freshman class

Fall 2014

“As we enter our 101st year of service to the Northwest, we are delighted to be joined by such a large and well-prepared class. I met many of these young men and women at last weekend’s Freshman Retreat, and I was so pleased to hear stories of their hopes and aspirations,” stated President Alexander.

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