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Fall 2020 Reopening

» Read our Campus Reopening Plan » Check out the Reopening FAQ Recent Updates Sep 16: Public Health Alert Follow-up Sep 8: Campus Health Update Aug 25: Additional 2020 Fall Athletics Update Aug 19: Reasonable Accommodation Needs Aug 18: Campus Health Update Aug 12: Campus Reopening Plan & FAQ Aug 7: Returning Student Townhall July

Wheeler Hall building on campus

Fall Festival 2020 Canceled

The Northland College Office of Alumni Relations has decided to cancel Fall Festival 2020. The annual celebration of alumni and friends of Northland College was originally scheduled for September 24 – 26, with activities planned throughout the weekend. “This was a difficult decision to make. Fall Festival has become a tradition for our Northland family,

Wheeler Hall building on campus

Northland Graduates Class of 2020, Prepares for Future


In November 2019, I was appointed the fifteenth president of Northland College, after having served as the College’s chief operating officer for a little more than a year. Among my many duties as president, the most vital have been sustaining the College’s academic, financial and facilities infrastructures; reaffirming our vibrant mission around environmental responsibility and

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

Sigurd Olson leaning on tree

12 Personal Items of Sigurd Olson

At the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute

On October 21, 1978, President Jimmy Carter signed into law the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Act. Sigurd Olson, who attended Northland College from 1916-18, had a lifelong relationship with the Boundary Waters, celebrating his honeymoon there in 1921, guiding numerous trips on its waters, living and raising his family near its borders in Ely, writing…  Read More

wolf head

TWA Responds to State Bill 602/AB712

Dear Sponsors of SB602/AB712, Members of the Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry, and Members of the Committee on Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage, As you know, SB602/AB712 proposes to discontinue funding for wolf management and to make it illegal for state law enforcement officers to enforce laws related to the management or killing…  Read More

Northland College convocation

Class of 2020

Welcoming 222 New Students

Northland College officially welcomed more than two-hundred new students Friday, September 9 with a ceremonial walk, convocation address, and Everybody Party, sponsored by the Northland College Student Association. Drummer Stevie Matier led the Class of 2020, pounding a Lambeg drum from northern Ireland, over Bay City Creek, across the Fenenga bridge, to the campus mall, where students,…  Read More

Forest in fall

Youth Connect Trails

November 11, 8:30 am3:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Wednesday, repeating until November 18, 2020

Youth Connect Trails is a place-based service-learning program for middle school and high school youth, 6th-12th grades. Students engage in service-learning, gaining outdoor knowledge, skills, and stewardship, while also given opportunities to reflect on volunteerism, personal and group growth, and learning during the day. Service-learning projects are located outdoors, primarily working with partners in maintaining…  Read More

Forest in fall

Youth Connect Trails

November 18, 8:30 am3:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Wednesday, repeating until November 18, 2020

Youth Connect Trails is a place-based service-learning program for middle school and high school youth, 6th-12th grades. Students engage in service-learning, gaining outdoor knowledge, skills, and stewardship, while also given opportunities to reflect on volunteerism, personal and group growth, and learning during the day. Service-learning projects are located outdoors, primarily working with partners in maintaining…  Read More

Forest in fall

Youth Connect Trails

September 23, 8:30 am3:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Wednesday, repeating until November 18, 2020

Youth Connect Trails is a place-based service-learning program for middle school and high school youth, 6th-12th grades. Students engage in service-learning, gaining outdoor knowledge, skills, and stewardship, while also given opportunities to reflect on volunteerism, personal and group growth, and learning during the day. Service-learning projects are located outdoors, primarily working with partners in maintaining…  Read More