We welcome anyone who has attended Northland College for one year or more into our alumni community. The Northland College Alumni Board of Directors serves to advance the goals of the College by providing connection, cooperation, and collaboration among alumni, students, faculty, and the Northland community. Contact Director of Alumni Relations: Jackie Moore Location: Brownell…
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The ICC provides educational programs and outreach, and promotes awareness and understanding of indigenous cultures and languages.
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The federal government has named Northland College in Ashland, Wis. as a partner in activating the next generation of conservation stewards. The new 21st Century Conservation Service Corps (21CSC), a national effort to place thousands of young people and veterans in conservation work, selected Northland College in December as one of its partners to facilitate… Read More →
Stockton Island is one of twenty-two Apostle Islands in Lake Superior near Northland College. The second largest island, Stockton, has many noteworthy characteristics—diverse plant life, including prolific blueberries, the highest concentration of black bears in the world, and a long stretch of “singing sand” that squeaks underfoot. At Julian Bay, the site of a long… Read More →