Students have played a big role in the success of the North Central College Campus Store, which offers something for all tastes and provides training on how to run a retail business.
Q&A with Sara Zgonina '20 reveals the challenges, skills and experiences that are a part of show business. Set sail for adventure on the seven seas with the cast of “Out on a Limb,” a new theatre production written, directed and performed by North Central
New award-winning website brings together student writing, photography, video and audio news coverage
The talents of North Central College students again garnered national recognition with a first-place award for a new student-run website, ncclinked.com.
The scholarly research of a North Central College history professor was selected to receive funding from a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant program.
North Central College presents the student-written and -directed drama “A Story of Us,” a narrative about relationships. Three performances will be presented at 7:30 p.m. May 23-25 in North Central College’s theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St.
In the spirit of recycling, reusing and renewing, several renovation improvements are modernizing areas of campus that will help meet the changing needs for instruction, informal gathering spaces and improved food service at Kaufman Dining Hall.
North Central College has launched its first mobile app, North Central College Mobile. Available for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, the app places campus news, videos, maps and other resources at the fingertips of students and community members.
A transformation has expanded student gathering space in the main level of the Harold and Eva White Activities Center (WAC). The once closed-in and separated areas are now open, furnished and accessible to everyone to use.
North Central College’s student organization Enactus is partnering with employee volunteers at Lowe’s Naperville home improvement retail store to create learning gardens for a community childhood center.
During its annual fall meeting the North Central College Board of Trustees selected a location for a new science center that will create exciting new educational opportunities for students and transform the campus.
Some 70 North Central College students bypassed trips to the beach and instead spent their spring break on humanitarian service projects. Two of those projects especially stand out for the initiative of the student participants.
Specialized degree options, online courses and career development experiences on campus are at the core of three innovative master’s degrees at North Central College, designed for today’s business professionals.
Demonstrating again its strong commitment to sustainability and renewable energy, North Central College has added two more s