The Northwest Nazarene University Board of Trustees has elected Mike Zahare as its newest chair.
NNU's Department of Music will host their annual piano and keyboard sale on Saturday, March 3, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., at NNU’s Brant Center.
Karen Pearson will be stepping into a brand new role created just for her, Associate Vice President for Student Life.
From a paid trip to Las Vegas to securing summer internships, two students have had doors open that they never could have expected after placing 8th in the nation in a computer coding competition.
On February 22, NNU will host the Idaho VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) State Championship. The event is expected to host 32 teams of middle and high school students competing in robotics matches.
Join NNU's Department of Music on the journey of a lifetime as they bring the beloved Sondheim classic to life, live and in concert. See all of your favorite childhood fairytales in a new light in this fun concert adaptation equipped with full orchestra, costumes, lighting and set.
We are excited to announce two new areas of concentration for our computer science major: Cybersecurity and Data Science.
Northwest Nazarene University’s Office of Academic Affairs is proud to announce that 409 undergrad students and 260 graduate students have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2018 fall semester and 102 were named to the President’s List.
NNU’s American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter Case Competition team received the Commendable Award for their marketing strategy submission for the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
The Office of University Mission and Ministry and the School of Theology and Christian Ministry are pleased to present an endowed lecture series with Dr. Randy L. Maddox, entitled, “Healing for Broken Lives and a Broken World.”
Official results from the 2018 IEEEXtreme programming competition have been released and our two-student team placed eighth in the nation.
After a three-year hiatus, the NNU pep band is back, and we have freshman Raven Mathison to thank.
Alumna Carrie Hays reflects on the Strengths Perspective as a foundation for helping others achieve their potential.
Alumnus Jonathan Borges shares his journey through rough waters to a faith in Christ and a home at NNU.
David Hille was inspired by his experience as a student to return to NNU as a professor
Dual-sport athlete in track & field and basketball Ellie Logan (Fossil, Oregon) graduated with a biology degree summer 2018. Now pursuing her MBA, she reflects on her journey at NNU and the process of constantly growing and learning.
Long-time coach and professor Roger Schmidt leaves a legacy throughout the campus.
Political science student Jessica Charles carries lessons from NNU with her to law school and beyond
Political science student Jessica Charles carries lessons from NNU with her to law school and beyond.
When I began this role in late August 2017, I was told it was time to begin speaking of our strengths—especially in academics—and to stop being inappropriately humble, to be bold in describing who we are. I took that as both a challenge and a directive. And so, the journey to boldness began.
College is one of life’s major stepping stones; a time of learning, personal growth and experience. Though an exciting time of preparing for future careers and aspirations, for many, college is a time of waiting. Student Emily Maxfield explains her own experience with this waiting period and how she’s come to make the “now” count just as much as the future.
Northwest Nazarene University will be closed from December 24 to January 1 for the Christmas holiday. To assist those wishing to make year-end donations, however, the Office of University Advancement will be open with limited hours.
Freshman students and local community partners take a look back at the semester and reflect on the service done by our 12 Cornerstone classes.
Starting spring 2019, NNU will officially have a club lacrosse program on campus! This announcement was kicked off with a co-ed clinic to give students an idea of what’s to come and a basic understanding and fundamentals of the sport.
Ivanka Trump joined Apple CEO, Tim Cook, in a visit to Wilder Middle School to observe and learn more about the Connect Initiative that Apple implemented in 2016. NNU doctoral student Jeff Dillon serves as the district’s superintendent and Middle/High School Principal and was present during the visit.
Isaac Mitchell has been awarded the Maurice and Charlotte Moore Scholarship for medical school from Alpha Epsilon Delta. This prestigious $2500 scholarship is awarded to only one student per region.