As the Science Center nears completion, a major building project will transform Kroehler into a new home for the School of Business and Entrepreneurship at North Central College.
A desire to work with college-age students led Rebecca Skirvin, North Central’s archivist, to accept a position at the College’s Oesterle Library last year.
When North Central College hosts its annual International Festival Feb. 26, people from Chicagoland and around the world will come together to celebrate and experience cultural diversity.
North Central College senior students will stage the Tony-nominated musical “Once on This Island,” a fairy tale celebration of love, hope, life and death.
North Central College will host a series of lectures by authors and academic experts, as well as the screening of a documentary, Self-Employment in the Arts conference and TEDx talks. All are open to the public and take place through winter term. Following is the lineup with details:
When North Central College hosts its annual International Festival Feb. 26, people from the community and around the world will come together to celebrate and experience cultural diversity.
Students at North Central College are continually engaged in impactful discussions and civil discourse about controversial topics and social issues.