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Northland College Ponzio Campus Center in Fall

CARES Act Notification Archive

…the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Updates July 10, 2022 April 10, 2022 January 10, 2022 July 10, 2021 April 10, 2021 January 10, 2021 October 9, 2020 August 3, 2020 June 25, 2020 May 24, 2020 Healthy and Safety Statement CARES Act Notification Archive…

Commencement 2021

Congratulations, Graduates 2021

Class of 2021

Class of 2021 Congratulations graduates! Some 102 students of our 2021 graduating class were honored in Ponzio Stadium Saturday, May 29, marking the end of their academic career at Northland College. The in-person celebration was limited to the members of the Class of 2021, however, the ceremony was recorded, as…

wolf laying down

TWA Responds to 2021 Wolf Harvest

Timber Wolf Alliance Statement

…informed by an open and transparent public process, the February 2021 season was a politically-driven, court-ordered hunt done in haste, without adequate time for public input and consultation with scientists, stakeholders, and tribes. The February 2021 season, which ended less than 72 hours after it started, resulted in a harvest…

2021 SONWA recipients Ocean Soup (written by Meeg Pincus and illustrated by Lucy Semple) and Finding the Mother Tree (written by Suzanne Simard)

2021 Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Awards Announced

Top prizes awarded to Finding the Mother Tree and Ocean Soup

…for Wildfire in the Boreal Forest, Trina Moyles (Random House Canada, 2021). Planet Palm: How Palm Oil Ended Up in Everything—and Endangered the World, Jocelyn C. Zuckerman (The New Press, 2021). Seed to Dust: Life, Nature, and A Country Garden, Marc Hamer (Greystone Books, 2021). The Porch: Meditations on the…

Northland College Ponzio Campus Center in winter

Sedition and Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021

A Statement from Northland College Faculty

A Statement from Northland College Faculty The grievous attack on the United States Capitol on the sixth of January 2021, has left many Americans searching for a way to heal and reform national politics, and rededicate to our country’s commitment to ensuring equality for all. Northland College was founded on…

The Northland College Class of 2021 sits with President Miller for a class photo

The Class of 2021

Welcoming 232 New Students

Northland College welcomed 232 new students—the largest freshman class in sixteen years—September 8, with a ceremonial walk across Fenenga Bridge, convocation address, the revival of the Northland College pep song, and Everybody party, sponsored by the Northland College Student Association.   Welcoming 232 New Students…

graphic for pandemic issue of Northland College magazine

Northland College Spring 2021 Issue

Grit is a firmness of character and indomitable spirit, an understated quality that shows itself in the face of challenge and adversity. There are many words we use to describe ourselves—scrappy, nimble, resilient, gutsy. We chose grit for the cover because it carries the weight to describe the Northland community…

Cool School Badge

Northland Named “Cool School” in 2021

Sierra’s Top-100 List for Sustainability in Higher Ed

Sierra’s Top-100 List for Sustainability in Higher Ed Sierra has again named Northland College a “cool school” in its annual top-100 list of sustainable colleges and universities. Northland College ranked seventy-third out of 328 participating schools—and remains at the top in Wisconsin and in the Midwest. While each institution on…

Loans

…4.228% origination fee (October 1, 2021–October 1, 2022) 4.228% origination fee (October 1, 2020–October 1, 2021) PLUS Loan Process Apply for the PLUS loan. To apply for the loan, the parent borrower will use his/her social security number and FSA ID to sign in to https://studentaid.gov/. After the parent signs…

Water Summit

…on Sept. 27, 2021 titled “Aversion to Diversion: Groundwater, Bottled Water, and the Great Lakes Compact.” Burke Center Director Peter Annin moderated the panel discussion with Todd Ambs, deputy secretary of the Wisconsin DNR, and Ken Bradbury, director of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. More than 150 people…