COVID-19 Planning and Preparedness
Northwest University has resumed residential teaching and residence life on schedule this fall with safety precautions and social-distancing measures in place. Because of COVID-19 and in accordance with public health guidelines, housing and food services have been de-densified, and classrooms are now taught in a hybrid model called HyFlex. Explore the links on this page for more details.
Residential students, we are thrilled to have you back on campus! We are also pleased to welcome all non-traditional and graduate programs back to regular operation.
No one can predict the future, but every student and parent should know that we are following all of the best practices recommended by public health authorities to make sure students remain as healthy at Northwest University as they would be anywhere else. Students, if God has called you to attend Northwest University, you can count on us to do everything in our power to facilitate your success.
We firmly believe that a high-quality educational experience for our students remains a vital priority for their lives. So, we’re taking every necessary step to continue providing that education in this unique Christian learning community that we all love so much. We know that this school year already looks very different than any semester we’ve ever had on our campus. Nevertheless, we are committed to rise to the challenge and fill the 2020-2021 school year with good things.
Student Emergency Fund
Many Northwest University students will be unable to return to NU without additional scholarship funds. This breaks our hearts. By giving to our 2020 Strength in Numbers campaign, you can make a direct impact in our students’ lives. Every dollar raised will go directly to our COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, providing immediate scholarships for students.