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In high school or college? Why internships should be important to you.

In high school or college? Why internships should be important to you.

While life after college graduation might seem a long way off, each day of your college journey is a step closer to the career for which you’re preparing. It’s not too soon to be working toward success. You know that you should work hard in your classes, but what else can you do to gain favor in the eyes of future employers?...Read more

Seven ways to do big things with big faith

Seven ways to do big things with big faith

Tenaya (T.J.) Tison’s path to earning a college degree was more of a zig-zag than a straight line. It included three colleges, getting married, living overseas, raising a family and eventually graduating 23 years after her first college class. When she talks about the journey, the 2012 graduate of Northwestern’s Focus Adult Undergraduate program doesn’t focus on the zigs and zags...Read more

Building an entrepreneurial spirit with love, power and self-discipline

Building an entrepreneurial spirit with love, power and self-discipline

It’s time we faced it—many of us are spectators when it comes to our ideas and dreams. There is something yet to come alive in us. You may call that “something” an entrepreneurial spirit. An entrepreneur is simply “one who undertakes,” but we tend to reserve that title for the handful of over-achievers we know—like Elijah Neumann ‘14...Read more

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Information Night: Adult Undergraduate

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Move-In Day: Traditional Undergraduate

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