Students can have a nontraditional residence life experience in a themed house. Themed houses are designated and advised by Northwestern faculty or staff, often at the request of students who want to spend a semester or year living together under a common theme.
Northwestern College themed houses have included:
La Casa Española (Spanish House)
Residents speak only Spanish when at home. They also interact with and serve members of Sioux County’s growing Hispanic population.
Mission House residents live with a faculty member who is a former missionary. House members eat meals and study Scripture together and learn more about missions and living in community.
For wilderness enthusiasts who view nature as a way to get closer to God. Residents spend weekends pursuing wilderness adventures and serving their community.
Not every themed house is available every year.