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Northland College Nordic Skiing

Essential Eligibility Criteria

Annually the Brother Bear Fund supports the entry fee for two Northland College students (one male and one female) to ski the American Birkebeiner 50K Skate or 55K Classic ski races. The fund also provides each student a $50 stipend prior to the race for expenses. We have selected recipients…

Move in day at Northland College

What to Pack

We can’t wait to welcome you to campus. Know the steps to get you here. Housing & Meal Plan Housing assignments will be sent to your campus email throughout the summer. Know the different housing and meal plan options. Complete the Housing Survey Complete the Housing and Meal Plan Agreement…

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Title IX FAQ

For more information regarding Title IX and relevant policies and procedures, review the Sexual and Gender Based Misconduct Policy and the Northland College Title IX Grievance Process….

Outdoor Orientation

Welcome to Northland’s Outdoor Orientation. Our program is made up of an outdoor orientation (OO) experience and an on-campus orientation. All new students must participate in both the on-campus portion and an OO experience as part of First-Year Experience graduation requirement. Transfer students arriving with less than 24 credits are…

Orientation

The first few days of your first year can prove to be some of the most important of your college experience. This is why we strive to make these first days as exciting, informative, and unique as possible. The Northland College first-year orientation program has three components: Arrival Day with…

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Resident Behavior

The primary responsibility for behavior rests with the individual resident. Consideration and tolerance of others is a minimum requirement in on-campus housing settings. Fines may be assessed and/or disciplinary actions may be taken against individuals who do not follow campus and residential building policies.