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Princeton Review names North Central College among nation’s best colleges for 2015

The Princeton Review has once again named North Central College a Best Midwestern College in its annual survey of the nation’s best colleges.

The Princeton Review has once again named North Central College a Best Midwestern College in its annual survey of the nation’s best colleges.

North Central College is included in The Princeton Review’s college guide, “The Best 379 Colleges, 2015 Edition.” The guide surveys more than 130,000 college students nationwide to determine the top 15 percent of about 2,900 four-year institutions nationwide.

Forbes ranks North Central College among America’s Top Colleges for 2014-2015

Forbes magazine says North Central College is among America’s Top Colleges and ranks among the top 20 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities.

Forbes magazine once again ranks North Central College among America’s Top Colleges.

Forbes includes North Central College among the top 20 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities. The magazine profiles the top 650 of the nearly 2,500 four-year institutions of higher learning in the United States. Forbes ranks North Central College No. 490 overall, No. 333 among private colleges and No. 117 in the Midwest.

Chronicle of Higher Education names North Central a 2014 Great College To Work For

North Central College ranks among 92 of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

North Central College ranks among the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Colleges of Distinction says North Central excels at preparing graduates for success

North Central College is recognized for excellence in the 2014-2015 Colleges of Distinction directory.

North Central College is recognized for excellence in the 2014-2015 Colleges of Distinction directory.

Colleges of Distinction is a guide that considers the views of guidance counselors, educators and admission professionals to honor colleges that excel in four areas of undergraduate education: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes.

The 15th annual edition praises North Central College and its commitment to those four core values.

Kerby Kniss

Kerby has made it her mission to defend those who can’t fight for themselves.

“Someday I want to be a lawyer who takes unjust laws and remolds them to help people whose rights are being violated,” she says.

Kerby has dedicated her time to preparing for the courtroom. She has interned at two law firms, including a competitive internship studying fair housing at the prestigious John Marshall Law School. She also meets with a group of students to study for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), connect with local legal professionals and visit law schools.

Kerby plans to pursue a law degree, aided by the networking she established at North Central College.

“If it wasn’t for North Central, I wouldn’t have the connections I do today. The mentoring I received will help me greatly during the struggle and stress of law school.”

Kerby Kniss earns Outstanding Major in Political Science Award

Kerby Kniss
Kerby Kniss was awarded the Outstanding Major in Political Science Award during North Central College’s 2014 Honors Convocation.

Kerby Kniss daughter of Kraig and Tami Kniss of Lanark, Ill., was awarded the Outstanding Major in Political Science Award during Honors Convocation May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A junior, Kerby is majoring in political science with a minor in conflict resolution at North Central College. She is a graduate of Eastland High School.

Margaret Wojkowski earns Outstanding Major in Chemistry Award

Margaret Wojkowski
Margaret Wojkowski was awarded the Outstanding Major in Chemistry Award during North Central College’s 2014 Honors Convocation.

Margaret Wojkowski of Roselle was awarded the Outstanding Major in Chemistry Award during Honors Convocation May 13 at North Central College in Naperville.

A senior, Margaret is majoring in chemistry at North Central College. She is a graduate of East Leyden High School. She has worked as a paralegal and received several acceptances to law school before deciding to pursue her law degree with an emphasis on intellectual property at the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law after graduation.

Her name has regularly appeared on the Dean’s List.

One graduate, two undergraduate students present at international business conference

Cameron Bechard ’15 and Nicole Jakobsze ’15
North Central College students present at the Academy of International Business conference with Robert Moussetis, professor of international business.

Three North Central College students presented at the Academy of International Business Midwest chapter conference, held March 26-28 in Chicago. They presented along with their North Central faculty supervisor Robert Moussetis, professor of international business, chair of management and marketing and coordinator of graduate business programs.

Film, speakers, exhibit focus on 20th century opposition to suppression in Germany

Michael Lunberg, Consistorial Councillor in Berlin and Brandenburg
North Central College hosts a two-day symposium, April 7-8, featuring a documentary screening, guest speaker, colloquium and exhibition of historical posters.

North Central College hosts a distinctive two-day symposium, titled “Religious Opposition to Suppression: German Traditions,” on Monday and Tuesday, April 7-8, featuring a documentary screening, guest speaker, exhibition of historical posters and colloquium.

Students earn individual awards during Mock Trial competitions

Adam Sehr ’16, Brandon Sarkauskas ’15, Hugo Gonzalez ’16
North Central College’s Mock Trial team members earn several individual awards during the 2013-2014 season, October through February.

The North Central College Mock Trial team received several individual awards during its 2013-2014 season, October to February.

Team members performed exceptionally well, winning 11 individual awards as they competed against powerhouses such as the University of Chicago, Northwestern University and Princeton University. Their season ended with a well-fought Regional Tournament with 24 of the most competitive teams in the area.

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