Johnson Center Groundbreaking: Special Invitation for Prospective Science Students
Be at the beginning of this exciting new development!
Friday, October 26
Join us as we break ground on the new Nancy and G. Timothy Johnson Center for Science and Community Life, an exciting new development that will greatly enhance our science programs at North Park University. We have a variety of events planned to mark the occasion on October 26, and we're inviting prospective students interested in studying science to take part in the celebration.
Among the day's many highlights, you will enjoy the chance to meet Dr. G. Timothy Johnson, longtime medical editor and senior medical contributor for ABC News and graduate of North Park University, for a brief photo opportunity.
You are also invited to join members of our Admissions staff and current North Park University science majors for dinner at Tre Kronor — one of the most popular restaurants in our neighborhood — and then head back for a choral concert performed by various student ensembles in our campus chapel.
Below is a detailed schedule of the days events for prospective students.
||Old Main Lobby
||Festival on the Green
|Central Campus Green
||Central Campus Green
||Meet for Dinner
||Old Main Lobby
||Fall Choral Concert
We hope you can be our special guest for this day of celebration at North Park University. Please RSVP so we can plan accordingly (limited space is available for the dinner at Tre Kronor).
Need help finding some of these locations at North Park? View our campus map.
You can also sign up for a campus tour or to meet with a member of our Admissions staff while you're on campus for this special occasion. For more information, contact Admissions via email or by calling (773) 244-5500.