2012–13 President's Report
From the President
A year filled with milestones
In October 2012 we celebrated 110 years since our institution’s founding as Northwestern Bible and Missionary Training School.
In May 2013 we graduated the last class to earn diplo¬mas embossed with the name “Northwestern College.”
And at the turn of the calendar to close our 2012–13 academic and fiscal year, on July 1, 2013 we launched a new era as University of Northwestern – St. Paul.
A vibrant past, an exciting future
In January 2012 I introduced to our faculty, staff and student leaders a concept we refer to as 7 & 1 by 21, a strategic plan with intentional goals to sustain and enhance our mission to reach a total student popula¬tion of 7,000 students and a Northwestern Media listener base of one million listeners by the year 2021.
On the media side, as you’ll see in this report, that one-million mark has already been met, demonstrating growth that exceeds our most ambitious expectations. We praise God for the lives being touched through this ministry!
For the university, we seek to reach people through Christ-centered education as we expand graduate offerings, online learning, and innovative dual degree and dual enrollment programs. We are pursuing exciting global partnerships that will build bridges for our students and faculty to learn, serve, and study abroad and to bring more international students to our campus.
As you read highlights from our last year as a college, you will see how God is at work in shaping us and moving us toward an era of growing innovation and globalization.
Alan S. Cureton, Ph.D.
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