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Celebration of Graduates

Class of 2020

Congratulations graduates! These three virtual events celebrate your time and accomplishments at Northland College. This is not a replacement for your commencement ceremony, but rather a way for us to gather, demonstrate our pride in your achievements, and to acknowledge commencement weekend. Enjoy the videos.

Northland College Ponzio Campus Center in Fall

CARES ACT Notification

Emergency Funds

Northland College hereby acknowledges that the institution signed and returned to the Department of Education the Recipient’s Funding Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Northland College has or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under

Northland College Health Services

COVID-19 Updates

Read the CARES ACT Notification. Read the Clery COVID-19 Compliance Notification. Resources It is natural to experience a wide range of thoughts, feelings, and reactions in regards to the current global health crisis. Please visit our COVID-19 resource page for tips on how to take care of yourself and manage stress and anxiety. If you’re

Wildlife icons to illustrate wildlife reearch.

Wildlife Research Lab

The number of published papers by current and former students on the bulletin board outside Erik Olson’s office has exploded in the last year. An associate professor of natural resources, Olson established a Wildlife Research Lab in the fall of 2013 for serious scholarship, inquiry, curiosity, and research. The lab space is shared with Professor

Joel Glickman online course

The Unfinished Symphony in our 2020 Pandemic

On March 13 when it became real that we would not have any spring concerts it was a big hit to the soul. One thing that every director loves is the final product, the coming together, the last production…..The Concert. It is the chance to have all the hours of practice and preparation be put together

Northland student Seth Bayliss on campus

Northland Deepens Commitment to Food, Social Justice

In the last year, Seth Bayliss ’20, a sociology and social justice major, has sifted through stacks of invoices, researched thousands of food items, and entered over 11,000 bits of data into a spreadsheet. Bayliss’ deep dive into food purchases was part of the Real Food Standards, a national initiative to encourage colleges to shift

Trees growing outside Fenenga Hall on Northland College campus

A Gift from the Heart to Support Others

Brady-Hallberg-Ketelaar-Poore Scholarship

In 1994, four students—Scott Brady, Daniel Hallberg, Elise Ketelaar, and Bradley Poore—died in a car accident on their way back to campus from a concert. Inspired to create a legacy in memory of these students, family and friends created an endowed scholarship that would go to students who demonstrated the qualities of those who had

Northland College Hulings Rice Food Systems Center

Hulings Rice Food Center Receives Funding for Hazelnut Development

The Northland College Hulings Rice Food Center has been awarded $49,300 from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection to work on product development for hazelnuts. The Food Center has been collaborating for years on hazelnuts as a farming solution to climate change. Last year, business students tackled hazelnut product development and marketing

Jaguar Macho Uno

Macho Uno

Tracking One of the Oldest Wild Jaguars

Professor Erik Olson has published multiple scientific papers, but a recently published paper was one of the most meaningful, he said. Olson, along with Costa Rican collaborators, and most significantly his former student Parker Matzinger ’16, authored an article on Costa Rican jaguars—specifically one they named Macho Uno—in the Spring 2019 edition of Cat News.

Ori-Anne Pagel

Note from the Northland Archivist

Do you cherish memories of your Northland days? I do. I still remember how it felt to live on campus, separate dorms, and girls in by 10 p.m. Listening to Northland stories makes me feel like part of the bigger family. I think of these moments often as I learn more about our Northland history