May 05, 2016
Dean of the School of Education and Health Sciences: Heidi Matthews
The world of preprofessional education is characterized by unique standards, licenses and undergraduate experiences. Professor of Health and Physical Education Heidi Matthews is prepared to navigate these challenges .
May 05, 2016
CAFÉ: New resources for promoting faculty excellence
Fostering an academic community rich in student opportunities and faculty development —that’s the goal of the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFÉ).
May 05, 2016
Center for Student Success: Coordinating efforts so everyone succeeds
Imagine the newly organized Center for Student Success as a big umbrella, bringing together offices and services across campus to help students academically.
May 05, 2016
The inaugural Day of Giving tallies overwhelming success
North Central College’s inaugural Day of Giving marked tremendous support from alumni, students and friends of the College.
May 05, 2016
Students continue to garner prestigious honors
North Central College students’ hard work continues to pay off with impressive recognitions and awards.
May 05, 2016
The TEDxNorthCentralCollege tradition continues
his year’s theme, “The Changing of the Guards,” addressed the rapid progress emerging in all sectors of society.
May 05, 2016
Alumni earn prestigious National Science Foundation and Fulbright fellowships
Biology major Matthew McCary’10 will expand upon his expertise in environmental research with the help of a National Science Foundation (NSF) post-doctoral fellowship.
May 05, 2016
New vice presidents named in Business Affairs; Loscheider to retire June 30
Paul Loscheider, vice president for business affairs, will retire June 30, 2016.
February 02, 2016
A gift from the heart
Anita Wuertz ’54 Strauss and husband Paul generously fund greenhouse and neuroscience lab in the new Science Center.
February 02, 2016
Reclaim the legacy of MLK
As racial incidents continue to populate news media headlines across the country, North Central College once again opened its doors for civil dialogue during the annual MLK Week.

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