North Central College - Naperville, IL
One of the great privileges of serving as a college president is that you get to know some extraordinary people, students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
A good vibe led to Count Basie Orchestra alumnus, jazz trombonist and composer/ arranger T.S. Galloway joining North Central College's highly acclaimed Jazz Stu
When Brady was searching for the right college, she never dreamed she'd end up at a small school. A native of Oshkosh, WI, she wanted to double major in French
North Central's Students In Free Enterprise again qualified for national competition, scheduled for May 13-15 in Chicago. This academic year represents the team
Location matters. It matters a lot. Every real estate agent knows this, and so do most parents and prospective students when looking at colleges.
North Central College is a great place in the middle of somewhere. The vibrant campus atmosphere and the enviable location are the characteristics that do this.
When Will Allan ’09 learned last April that he had an opportunity to study in Moscow at the Moscow Art Theater School, he knew he’d hit the study abroad jackpot
Recognition of masterful teaching came in another form for Fisher and two other professors when they were named Ruge Fellows in November. Lisa Long, associate p
It was an great year for the College, beginning with a record class of first-year students, ending with the completion of the Kresge Fine Arts Challenge.
We did it! The Kresge Challenge is history. More than $7 million committed, for the Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center, in time for the June 30, 2007
On the lawn of the president’s house, there’s a forsythia bush whose spectacular blooms herald the arrival of spring.
While there is still much to be determined, what is clear are major themes the campus has embraced in thinking through the next five years.
This fall, Broadway star Bernadette Peters, winner of multiple Tony Awards, gave 1,050 audience members in Pfeiffer Hall a night they’ll never forget.
For many the experience of going on this trip, it was a life-changing experience; for all, a memory never-to-be forgotten.
“Could I get into North Central College today?”
It’s only a coincidence that the “all-in” cost of North Central’s new Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center is estimated to be $26.5 million.
It’s been a very good year for North Central College — not just fiscal 2004-2005, but also the first months of the 2005-2006 academic year
With an academic year that stretches into mid-June. We like to think of summer as a quiet time, an opportunity to charge our batteries for the fall.
Name recognition is one of the challenges of being a small college that doesn’t play nationally televised football or basketball.
The north wall of Gregory Arena in Merner Field House also serves as a poster gallery. On display are 27 “i/we-posters.