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Women's Softball Home Game
Portland, Ore.

Piano Recital


NU Unplugged
All Day

Community Prayer
Faculty Lounge

Faculty Council
HSC 104


Mariners Game
Safeco Field
All Day

NU Unplugged
All Day

Women's Softball Home Game
Kirkland, Wash.

SOBM Alumni Banquet
HSC 231/233

Jazz Concert


Act Six Senior Scholar Recognition

Women's Softball Home Game
Kirkland, Wash.

Track Away meet
Bellingham, Wash.

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Now Hiring – Cultural Activity Guide

The Perfect Summer Job:
Do you love going to iconic Seattle Attractions?  Are you an energetic leader?  Do you have an interest in other cultures?  The Center for English Language Education (CELE) needs you!

CELE is looking for outgoing students with strong leadership and organizational skills to lead afternoon cultural field trips and assist with international student summer camp activities.

Seniors – Looking for Commencement Information?

The Commencement 2014 Information Page is now available:

Need a Science Class with a Lab?

This summer the Science Department is excited to offer a new course: Integrated Science (SCIE 1873/01).  The entire course – lecture and lab – will be offered online June 30th-August 15th.

Integrated Science is a survey of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Ecology, Earth, and Space science with an emphasis on under-standing and applying the scientific method.  The class will include case studies of the scientific method and each student will design, implement, and present a scientific study.

Have Questions?

Please contact Dr. Tracie Delgado: tracie.delgado@northwestu.edu.

Looking for an ADVENTURESOME Summer Lab?

On-site study of Mt. St. Helens for three credits.  See the crater up-close, visit ape caves, lava canyon, hike down to Spirit lake, identify plants, animals and geology.

SCIE 3163 – Northwest Ecology

  • Lecture: Week of June 9th
  • Camping/Hiking: June 15th-19th
  • Contact Professor Steinkamp with questions:
    eric.steinkamp@northwestu.edu / 425.889.7780

Student Health 101

The April edition of Student Health 101 is now available!  Take a look at what's in store this month:

  • Savvy Interview Tips
  • The Effects of Stress
  • Important Graduation Dates
  • And more...

Click here to start reading.
You can also enter to win a monthly drawing for $1,000!

Student Health 101 is sponsored by the Wellness Center.

Summer & Fall Registration

Course schedules for Fall and Summer 2014 are now available on the Registrar's Office Website.  Register for courses in one or both terms on your Priority Registration Date!

What you need to do...

  • Pick up a schedule in the Academic Advising Office (Williams Hall), Library, Registrar's Office (Davis Building), or online.
  • Make an appointment with your academic advisor.
  • Complete NU Pre-Registrationclick here.

Priority Registration Dates

Registration priority is given by your class level, which is based upon the total number of credits earned plus Spring 2014 credits:

  • Seniors: ≥ 90 Credits – March 31st
  • Juniors: 60-89 Credits – April 2nd
  • Sophomores: 30-59 Credits – April 7th
  • Freshmen: < 30 Credits – April 9th
  • New to NU – May 1st

Speeches Change the World!

Study famous speakers and the speeches that define turning points in history.  Enroll in Analysis of Famous Speeches, COMM 3283: MWF 10:20am.


Enjoy a fun and relaxing evening learning techniques to reduce the stress in your life and increase your energy level.  Take away tips and tools to help you restore and maintain balance in the midst of a demanding life as a student.  Light snacks provided.

Wednesday, April 23rd  ≡  7:30-9:30pm  ≡  HSC 231

Hosted by the NU Wellness Center.

New at the Library

You asked, we answered!  Based on student feedback and just in time for Spring Break, Hurst Library would like to introduce the new Popular Reading & Entertainment collection.  This assortment includes many classic and current best-sellers, TV show seasons, award-winning films, childhood classics, and more!

What you see is what you get – these items are not listed in the Library Catalogue, and we will be constantly updating and adding to this collection, based on usage and response.

You will find these items on the main floor of the library, next to the couches.  Stop by and check it out!

Graduating?  Tell the World!

Graduation announcements are now available to order online from Printing Services.  Personalized announcements are printed on high quality card stock with the Northwest University seal, and include matching envelopes.  Sets of 25 announcements cost $29.95.

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