Each year at Homecoming, NNU honors alumni for their accomplishments and service since graduation. This year, four individuals will be recognized on Friday, November 8 at 10 a.m. during chapel in the Brandt Center’s Swayne Auditorium.
Join us for the fourth annual Mathematics & Computer Science lecture series October 24-25, 2019. The series will focus on Cyber Security with NNU alumni Braden Anderson (‘03) as the guest speaker.
Dr. Pete Crabb, Professor of Finance and Economics, has been appointed by President Joel Pearsall to serve as the NNU Faculty Athletics Representative. He has given 20 years of support and commitment to the University and its athletics program, and will continue to carry on his dedication in this new role.
NNU Biology Professor Part of International Team Assessing Conservation Status of Costa Rican Amphibians
Dr. Cossel recently traveled to Costa Rica with an international team of scientists to evaluate the status of Costa Rican amphibians and determine what conservation efforts are needed moving forward.
Make plans now to be part of Homecoming and Family Weekend on November 7-9! We cannot wait to root, rally and reminisce with the NNU community of alumni, friends and family.
NNU's Department of Communication Arts and Science has been granted a charter to begin a chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).
At this year's annual President's Dinner, the University honored Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s Health Systems as the 2019 Eugene Emerson Award Recipients.
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias has experience teaching people of all ages how to discover and use their natural inborn learning style strengths to succeed in virtually any situation. Learn how to bring out the best in your strong-willed child with her and her 30 years of expertise.
Sam Dunn, Joshua Jensen and Ron Galloway have co-authored a book entitled Navigating Religious Diversity in the Global Business Environment.
President Joel Pearsall was presented with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree at Korea Nazarene University (KNU) in Cheonan City, South Korea on September 9, 2019.
NNU is excited to announce fall enrollment numbers and the highest retention rate ever achieved to date.
Join us in welcoming Cara Wall, author of The Dearly Beloved, to campus for a book reading and time of Q & A. Wall's novel has been nationally-recognized on multiple platforms, including NBC's Today Show and The New York Times.
NNU is excited to welcome nine new faculty to campus and introduce four returning faculty members who have been selected to serve in new roles as deans.
Congratulations to Aleesha Chavez for her stellar performance at the Idaho INBRE Summer Research Conference last month in Moscow, Idaho. She earned first place for her poster presentation and second place for the fast pitch competition against over 250 students.
Northwest Nazarene University’s Office of Academic Affairs is proud to announce that 384 undergraduate students and 237 graduate students have been named to the Dean’s List and 127 students were named to the President’s List for the 2019 spring semester.
Earl Emerson, the grandson of NNU founder, Eugene Emerson, went to be with his Lord and Savior on July 14, 2019.
Dr. Martha Hopkins’ advocacy for women’s athletics will continue to bless the university for years to come.
Campus mourns the loss of beloved professor Dr. Walden Hughes.
Alumnus of the Year, Patrick Gray, dives into the connection between community and the richness of God's love.
Alumnus Ian Williams reaps the benefits of his NNU experience.
Recent grad, Leanne Kendall, reflects on five generations of family history at NNU, dating back to the start in 1913.
NNU softball players exemplify excellence on the field and in the classroom.
Vice President of Academic Affairs, Brad Kurtz-Shaw, shares his take on the integrity of holistic education.
This issue of The Messenger focuses on one aspect of NNU’s goal of educating students—the idea that education must do more than affect only the mind, that it must affect the whole person.
NNU Faculty have voted to transition to a "7-Colleges" structure. In support of this new model, President Joel Pearsall has named seven internal Faculty as Deans for their respective departments.