Featured Events

Gerardo Cardenas

Campus Theme: Gerardo Cárdenas

October 9, 2015 | 10:30 am

Join our first Campus Theme discussion as we welcome author Gerardo Cárdenas to explore the question "What Is Truth?" Cárdenas's book, Our Lady of the Viaduct, served as our campus Common Read this fall. Learn more.

Workshop Instruments

Music Audition Workshop

October 11, 2015

High school sophomore, junior, and senior musicians are invited to attend this special one-day workshop designed to help you develop the confidence and skills necessary for a successful college or university music audition. Learn more.

Tour guide giving tour to perspective student

North Park Preview Days

October 11–12, 2015

North Park Preview Days offer you a firsthand taste of the North Park University experience: you can meet students and professors, eat in our dining hall, sit in on a class, and attend a worship celebration. High school seniors and transfer students can even stay overnight in one of our dorms. Learn more.

Sports equipment on a wooden floor

Fall Focus on Gender: Sports and Gender

October 12-November 13

Join North Park's women’s and gender studies program for their annual Fall Focus on Gender events around the theme of sports and gender. Students, faculty, staff, and the extended community are invited to think deeply (and engage in some fun activity) about the relationships and challenges of this thought provoking topic. Learn more.


Homecoming: Paint the Town Blue and Gold

October 16–18, 2015

Mark your calendars to join us in Chicago as we Paint the Town Blue and Gold at this year's Homecoming celebrations. You can catch up with classmates, explore campus changes at North Park, cheer on the Vikings and more. Registration opens later this summer. Learn more.

Student singing in the Gospel Choir

Celebrating the Resurrected Jesus: Fall Gospel Choir Tour

October 23–25, 2015

Join the North Park University Gospel Choir Touring Ensemble, under the direction of Helen Hudgens and Stephen Kelly, at three Minnesota churches this fall. Learn more.