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Professor Travis Proctor Religion

Religious Studies

Religious studies will prepare you for most anything. This is an incredible opportunity to explore your most deeply held convictions with mentorship and support of your peers. You will engage in fundamental questions of human knowledge, morality, and faith utilizing an interdisciplinary approach that includes philosophy. This major attracts the…

Education Major Danon Briggs


…in Middle/Secondary Education in math, science, and social studies. We give you the tools to establish a trusting environment and to foster the group dynamics essential to run a successful classroom. Our education courses provide you with the tools to teach content and the skills to help shape the character…

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2018 Honors Day Awards Recipients

…Outstanding Achievement in Sustainable Community Development Olivia Anderson The Native American Studies Award for Academic Excellence Liandra Skenandore Frances Lavine Native American Studies Achievement Award Sarah McCloud Outdoor Education Outstanding Professional Potential Awards Mackenzie Lemon Lane Schraufnagel Jessica Schultz Mary Griggs Burke Water Science Award Marisa Ulman Outdoor Education Outstanding…

Native American Museum

The Native American Museum was established with the goal of expressing the history, language, arts, and culture of the Ojibwe people and indigenous people from around the world for the educational benefit of community members and visitors to the Chequamegon Bay area, Located on the first floor of Mead Hall,…

Native American dancers

Powwow and Awareness

We believe it is important to share indigenous culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways of life with our community. Awareness activities are presented in partnership with the Native American Student Association and the Northland College Student Association. We hope you join us and have some fun. More information is…

Student in the library


Adore books and all things literary? Then you will love this. Working closely with faculty and peers who share your passion, you will study American and British literary traditions, approaches to creative writing, and a variety of specialty studies, including third world literature, science fiction, nature writing, and women’s studies….

Arrowheads and bone in museum

Native American Museum and Indigenous Cultures Center Open House

September 22, 2023, 9:00 am1:00 pm

View exhibits on beadwork, wild rice, bison, and more in Northland College’s Native American Museum. Faculty and students will be available to provide additional information on the exhibits. You can also see what’s new in the Indigenous Cultures Center and find out more about upcoming events. Light refreshments will be…

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Research Oversight

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews research studies to protect the rights of participants. The Northland College IRB requires that all investigators conducting research with human participants complete training with the National Institute of Health. If you have questions, please email the IRB….

Northland College Women's Soccer NCAA III


Athletics at Northland allows you the flexibility to excel in the classroom while competing in your sport at a collegiate level. We support your physical and your mental life by investing in both academics and athletics. In fact we’ve just completed a new campus fitness center as well as a…

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…