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Division of Student Engagement

The Division of Student Engagement encompasses a variety of offices, resources, and experiences available to students which allow them to be supported and encouraged in their transition to college life and throughout their time at North Park. These include:

By having so many options available to them, students are able to take care of their concerns or seek resources on their own. In doing so students can develop important problem-solving skills and gain self-confidence.

Parents and Families of Current Students

We know your student's transition from home to college is also significant for parents and families. You are important members of the North Park community and partners in the educational process for our whole community of students. Student Engagement offers resources and information we believe will be especially helpful to you. And don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any other questions or comments.

Family Resources

Resources

Read our helpful tips and important information about how you can help your student succeed—and how North Park will support your student while he or she is here.

Family and Friends in Prayer and Campus Connection

Parent and Family Newsletters

We encourage you to stay connected with North Park throughout the year via the 'What's Happening on Campus' and 'Family and Friends in Prayer' email newsletters.

Homecoming football game

Family Connection Days

Join us on campus in October as part of our campus's Homecoming celebration.

Students in the Johnson Center lecture hall

FAQ

As a campus we assist parents and families by anticipating some of their questions and concerns. We hope you’ll find the answers you're looking for here.

Update email information

Update Parent and Family Information

Stay connected with North Park University campus events by signing up for our two email newsletters.

Contact Studnet Engagement

Contact Student Engagement

Do you have questions regarding student activities or about your transition to college? Contact the Division of Student Engagement.