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Choosing the right college is about fit. Northwestern College is a great fit for students who learn best in small classes with professors who are great teachers and inspiring mentors. We’re perfect for students whose faith is important to them and who grow spiritually by being around other Christians. We’re the right place for students who want to be part of a tight-knit campus community while also experiencing the world.

If that’s you, then you might belong here.

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Rebeca, Lincoln, Jamie, Jahdai and Brian are blogging about life at Northwestern. Visit our NWC Stories website to read about what they're learning and experiencing—and who they're becoming.

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Real. Smart. Christian.
Authentic community. Excellent academics. Christ-centered learning. That’s Northwestern College.

We our studentsand our students love us

“The music professors are great. They always make themselves available to help you if you need it. They have high expectations in their classes but make sure to keep it fun as well.”

Andrew Currier Andrew Currier ’17 Music major from Ottawa, Kansas

Andrew's story

“With a focus on academic breadth as well as depth, a Northwestern education provides students with a variety of skills that enable them to become more marketable to potential employers. ”

Austin Warren Austin Warren ’18 Computer information systems major from Norfolk, Nebraska

Austin's story

“I believe that language is one of the most important and beautiful ways that we are able to connect with God. We come to know God personally through his word ... then we share that good news with others in stories.”

Amie Adams Amie Adams ’17 English writing and rhetoric major from Clear Lake, Iowa

Amie's story

“As an artist and a Christian, I feel like I'm faced with stereotypes about what can be considered 'Christian art.' Learning to embrace abstract art as a way of glorifying God has challenged me, and so has finding ways to lead people to God through my work.”

Osiris Ordaz Osiris Ordaz ’18 Art and psychology major from Berwyn, Illinois

Osiris's story

“Asking for a tutor is not a sign of weakness or ignorance; it actually means the person is mature enough to admit that someone else can help. ”

Mario Salcedo Mario Salcedo ’17 Criminal justice and Spanish major from Sioux Center, Iowa

Mario's story

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