Fall 2020 Reopening
Get the latest fall 2020 reopening plans, updated July 9.
The Northland fall semester will begin early, end early, and forego the Labor Day holiday as part of its new Covid-19 schedule. Other changes include shorter, more intensive courses, on-campus testing, and dining in multiple locations instead of one. In addition, all large gatherings have been canceled, including the annual welcoming party and the alumni
Recent Updates July 9: Fall Planning Groups July 8: Review Fall Classes Registration July 1: Change to Term Start & Schedule Posted: July 9, 2020 Fall Planning Groups Dear students, faculty, and staff: In early June, I formed four new planning groups to support Northland College leadership in the College’s systematic and comprehensive planning process
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,
Daryle Tucker, head women’s basketball coach, deliberately and successfully recruits players from across the United States, particularly from the south. “Right now I have the most diverse team, not only at Northland but in the entire conference,” Tucker said. The LumberJill players come from Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Wisconsin, and
We are welcoming back our athletic alumni for an Athletic Alumni Weekend. We hope you will join us this fall. Schedule of Events Friday 6-8 p.m. Check-in and reception at Ponzio Stadium Saturday 9 a.m. Morning run with the cross country team 11 a.m. Volleyball team vs alumni game< 1 p.m. Women’s soccer team vs… Read More →
Aaron and Sarah Houle of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, grew up around basketball—their dad was a coach for fifteen years—so they knew they would likely pursue basketball. They just didn’t know they would be playing at the same college. Aaron, a senior, is studying elementary education with a minor in social studies and sports management. He