Erick Gutierrez, class of 2014 graphic design major with a minor in marketing, put both of his interests to work as a marketing communications coordinator serving kids and families with the Treasure Valley Family YMCA.
2015 graphic design alumna Mikayla Keating shares how NNU prepared her for her dream career as an interior designer at Decorist.
Louisa May Alcott’s captivating story comes to life in “Little Women, the Broadway Musical,” presented by NNU's Department of Music. Performances will take place March 30 through April 1 at 7:30 p.m. and April 2 at 3:00 p.m. at NNU’s Brandt Center.
2012 graphic design alumnus Matt Larson made the most of a variety of experiences while at NNU and now funnels those into a successful career at Brooks Running Co.
NNU's annual Career Week offers an exciting way for students and alumni to connect and engage with businesses and organizations from throughout the region. The week-long event is set for February 21 – February 24, and includes a Career and Graduate Fair on Thursday, February 23.
Senior public relations student Madison Treyz has been named Miss Boise 2017. Maddy accounts a lot of her successes to being a student at NNU. “Being a public relations major I’ve learned public speaking skills that make me stand out and I’m more confident to answer questions on the spot,” she said.
Amy Gilles, NNU professor of studio art, shares about the transformational experience of restoring her burnt artwork into a new and beautiful collection.
Enjoy an evening of music, spoken word, art and dessert at the annual Night of the Arts event presented on February 24 by NNU's art, communication and music departments. Prospective students interested in these areas of study are invited to participate in a campus visit event that will begin in the morning and culminate in the Night of the Arts.
Each year, NNU's Office of Spiritual Formation works with the SGA Campus Ministries Coordinator to plan Winter Awakening—a time devoted to getting back on track during this crazy period in students’ lives. This year’s Winter Awakening focused on activating different aspects of students' lives: empathy, hope, courage and worship.
Professor Michael Pitts was honored with the Idaho Counseling Association (ICA) Lifetime Achievement Award at the ICA annual conference January 27–28. President Joel Pearsall expressed his admiration for Pitts saying, “Michael is an excellent example of what it means to embody Christ-like character, as well as the mission and values of NNU.”
For spring 2017, NNU saw growth in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs compared to spring enrollment numbers in January 2016. VP for Academic Affairs Ed Robinson commented, “NNU's engaging community culture and care for students by our faculty and staff significantly contributes to our strong retention."
Don’t miss opportunities to gain experience and grow in a like-minded community outside of the classroom. We share five out of 30+ co-curricular activities that might interest you.
NNU will host the annual Science Extravaganza for local middle school students the week of January 30 through February 3 in the Thomas Family Health and Science Center. Students can enjoy hands-on learning experiences with live animals and amphibians, learn the physics behind video games and more.
NNU's Center for the Study of Market Alternatives will host economist Barry Asmus on Thursday, February 9 at 7 p.m. in the Harter Lecture Hall. He will be speaking on his book, “The Poverty of Nations: A Sustainable Solution,” which proposes a solution to fight poverty.
682 students representing twenty-seven states and eight foreign countries have been named to NNU's Dean’s List for the 2016 fall semester. Eligibility for this academic honor is based on grade-point average and credit load.
At NNU, freshmen can find hands-on learning experiences across the curriculum. No matter your interest, don’t waste a moment. Get involved in academic extracurriculars that will enrich your education and help you make critical connections.
NNU is pleased to announce a generous donation of the writings of Karl Barth, one of the most important theologians of the 20th Century. This gift from the personal collection of Dr. Judith Brownell will be celebrated with a public program and reception on Wednesday, February 1.
Some majors are more open-ended than others; but fear not, there is a place in the job market for you! We've put together a list of five open-ended majors, and delved into some of the potential career paths you could follow for each of them.
Keynote speakers, breakout sessions and workshops will combine theory and practice as we explore all aspects of communal worship in the local church at NNU's Wesley Conference, February 2–3, 2017. Topics will include music, sacraments, scripture reading, and preaching.
Students will begin a new tradition this year as they invite their parents and family members to join them on campus for NNU's first annual Parent & Family Weekend, February 9-11. Families and students will experience college life together and create lasting memories in the student’s home-away-from-home.
U.S. News & World Report named NNU's Graduate Education degree offerings as one of the top online programs in America in the new 2017 Best Online Programs rankings that were released on January 10. NNU is listed number 124 of 188, and this is the first time NNU’s Graduate Education programs have ranked on this new but prestigious list.
As we enter 2017 with anticipation of what is to come, we want to take a minute to reflect on some of the highlights of the year past. Check out five of NNU’s most significant moments in 2016.
Make sure you don’t miss out on the unique activities Idaho’s winters have to offer. Check out these five fun things to do near NNU during this cold and snowy season.
Check out our top five Nampa destinations that are just a few short blocks from campus. It won’t take you long to discover there are treasures that lie in the heart of our quaint downtown Nampa community.
This year at Homecoming, the NNU Herpetology Lab students and members of the Idaho Herpetological Society had live animals on display for alumni and friends to see close up—and, in some cases, to get real personal (hold).