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Northland College alum Don Chase

Don Chase Alumni Relations Internship Endowment

…is to raise $60,000 in donations and pledges by June 30, 2020. We have reached sixty-five percent of our goal from alumni leadership on the alumni board and board of trustees. An anonymous donor created a $10,000 match to inspire others to raise the final $20,000 needed to endow the…

Education Major Danon Briggs

Education

…information on program completers and their first-time passage rates on the required teacher licensure assessments [see PI 34.017(1)]. Also included in the report is licensure and employment data for individuals completing Wisconsin educator preparation programs [see PI 34.017(3)]. View the Wisconsin Educator Preparation Program Reports. During the academic year 2020-2021,…

Northland College students ride bikes past solar panels

Sustainability

…a Northland program to allow students to travel and pursue opportunities, she traveled to the Reciprocal Healing Confluence. Read more» Committing to Real Food We’ve signed on to the Real Food Challenge to achieve 20 percent “real food” by 2020. To complement this goal, Northland students manage several campus gardens–growing,…

people swimming laps in pool

Recreation Database

…the data collected? We collect community recreational infrastructure data in two-year rotations. The first wave of data collection occurred in 2016-2017, and the second wave of data collection is underway for 2018-2019. We plan to collect a third wave starting in January of 2020 through December of 2021. If your…

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President Karl I. Solibakke

…to end 2020 quickly and look ahead to brighter days. But before we do, I would like to take this opportunity to express a heartfelt thanks to you for all that you have done this year in supporting our community. You stood with us as we navigated uncharted waters. You…

Privacy Policy

…contact us: By email: marketing@northland.edu Updated: January 22, 2020 Northland College (“us”, “we”, or “our”) operates the northland.edu website (the “Service”). This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data when you use our Service and the choices you have associated with that…

Northland students in Baldwin Commons

Residential Living

Housing Living on campus lets you connect with the Northland community and creates a sense of place, stability, and stewardship. About eighty percent of the Northland student body lives on campus. Each residence hall has trained student staff: one head resident assistant (HRA) and a team of resident assistants (RAs)…

Residential Living Policies

Student Handbook Residential Living On-Campus Housing Residency Only Northland College students enrolled in on-campus courses full-time (12+ credits during fall and winter term, ad 3+ credits during spring term) may reside in the residence halls or campus housing. Students less than full time who wish to reside on campus are…

Free Assistance

Leftovers Program Need a little extra food? Northland’s chapter of the Food Recovery Network safely takes leftover food from Chartwell’s dining service to the Larson Food Lab where they turn it into soups and/or package and freeze it for distribution to both students in need and the Brick Ministries, a…

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…