It’s a new school year with some important changes in chapel service times and changes in the chapel policy. As of Monday, Sept. 23, chapel services will not be held on Mondays, but will continue to meet on Wednesday and Friday every week. This is new for the NU community this semester in the hope that students will build greater relationships with each other through Life Groups and other activities. There are plenty of opportunities to reach the required 35 chapel credits by attending Pursuit, Life Groups and of course, traditional chapel services. Don’t forget to check out the important changes that have been made to the chapel policy, which include new consequences for not meeting the required credits. Contact the Campus Ministries office or log on to Eagle and click on Campus Ministries from the drop down menu for more information.
Northwest University is excited to announce the opening of a brand new campus in Sacramento, California this semester. There are already more than 60 students taking classes and after months of planning, this campus is now part of the Northwest University family. The start of this new part of NU is an exciting change for the school community. Getting a degree from NU Sacramento provides a high level of accreditation, a Christian atmosphere, hands on learning and a convenient location. More information about the Sacramento campus can be found at www.sacramento.northwestu.edu.
New Criminal Justice Program
Interested in finding out more about a new degree program offered at NU? An online Criminal Justice program, created to work with students’ schedules, was just launched during the summer. This new program has been designed mainly for working adults who are already involved in the criminal justice field. This is another exciting addition for the Northwest University community. For more information, log on to www.criminaljustice.northwestu.edu.
Campus office changes
You may be wondering why the Housing office isn’t where it used to be or maybe you didn’t even know that it has changed location. Several important offices on campus have moved locations this year. You can now find Admissions, Financial Aid, and Student Accounts in the Barton building. The Criminal Justice Program, Accounting, and Human Resources (HR) are in the Davis building. The Housing office, formerly in Davis, is now located underneath the Hurst Library. Additionally, the Advancement office has moved to the 6710 building across from Metropolitan Market. Need help locating these offices? Log on to Eagle, call the office you’re looking for or check out the campus map!
New Office Locations:
Financial Aid: Barton
Criminal Justice: Davis
Human Resources: Davis
Student Accounts: Barton
Written by Erika Franke