On May 11, 239 traditional undergraduate students and 325 graduate and non-traditional students became official alumni of the university. Reverend Hughlon R. Friberg also received special recognition and was awarded an Honorary Degree Citation during Commencement.
Jeff Einfalt is excited to jumpstart NNU's Club Lacrosse Program as the first ever, Head Women's Coach.
NNU's American Marketing Association Chapter exceeded expectations and all past performances at the annual AMA conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dr. Paul Harman, Principal of Centennial Elementary School in the Nampa School District, has been named this year’s L.E. Wesche Outstanding Educator.
Having spent the last four years preparing their body of work, graduating students from the Department of Art + Design will showcase the culmination of their undergraduate career in the senior shows this April.
After spending a week competing at a nationwide forensics tournament in Hempstead, New York, our students earned impressive, national rankings!
Northwest Nazarene University is mourning the loss of longtime Music Professor Walden Hughes, who served the university and students for more than 40 years.
Join us on April 8 - 14 as campus hosts Grammy Award-winning baritone, Daniel Belcher, as the artist in residence on campus.
A group of four NNU students and two professors will be traveling to Hempstead, New York to compete is the Pi Kappa Delta National Forensics Tournament and Convention at Hofstra University
Nazarenes across the nation gathered together in Kansas City, Missouri for M19, an event designed to give pastors, leaders and students an opportunity for professional training, connection, workshops and worship. Read personal testimonies from some of our professors and students who attended the conference.
Eddie Miles has been elected as the Northwest Nazarene University Alumni Board President.
Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Chase and Dr. Donna Allen—recipients of the Lilly Foundation Award.
Freshman Cody Frazer has been mentoring a student at Central Elementary School and the impact he's making has been far greater than he could have ever expected.
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.