Northwest University has called Kirkland, Washington home for more than 50 years. This fall, Money Magazine confirmed what the Northwest University community has known for decades: Kirkland is one of the best places to live in America.
Northwest University’s 2014 President’s Banquet took place on November 21 at the Westin in Bellevue. From our guest speaker, best-selling author Don Piper, to our student stories, it was an evening of dining, giving, fellowship, and fun.
The Eagle Exchange is now open for business and it offers a great selection of your favorite NU gear—all online. It couldn't be more convenient. Just go to http://eagle-exchange.northwestu.edu to order t-shirts, mugs, hoodies, pennants, or any of our NU items, and it will all be shipped directly to you.
Hundreds of people gathered in Northwest University’s Butterfield Chapel for the Citizens & Saints album release show on Monday, November 10, 2014.
The Northwest University Concert Choir, joined by Coro Amici and the Kirkland Civic Orchestra, presents “Christmas Traditions” at Benaroya Hall. Now in its sixth season, this established concert celebrates the traditions of Christmas, featuring new carol arrangements and traditional selections by Howard Helvey, Dan Forrest, John Rutter, and more, including a few traditional sing-a-longs.