“Today, we are delighted to welcome friends from near and far to celebrate and witness our commitment to advancing our vital mission in every way.”
North Park has embarked on a joint program with Roosevelt University in which students will spend three years at each institution, eventually graduating with a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
Dr. Sumie Song, North Park’s Director of Global Education, traveled to India last summer on a Fulbright educator grant to learn about recent trends, challenges, and projections in higher education.
The North Park alumnus ran, and won, the top spot in his Chicago ward on a platform of servant leadership.
North Park University offers a wide variety of study abroad opportunities, including two group programs in Sweden and Ecuador.
This year’s Spring Oratorio addressed a topic that, while foreign to students living on North Park’s peaceful campus, can’t be ignored by many Chicago residents: gun violence.
North Park has named Kyle Rooker, a former Assistant Head Coach at Carthage College in Wisconsin, as Head Coach of the North Park Vikings Football Team.
Deans Linda Duncan, Craig Johnson, and Wesley Lindahl are retiring after a combined 70 years of service to the North Park community.
North Park University has been awarded a $650,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to expand pathways for more undergraduate students to meet the nation’s need for well-educated scientists, engineers, and technicians.
Austin Channing Brown C’06 visited North Park last January to discuss racial and social injustices in a Catalyst on Campus event that honored the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
High-achieving students who transfer to North Park will earn up to 44 percent more in scholarship funds, under a new award structure that will likely boost enrollment in the coming years.
CRUX, Catalyst 606, and the Office of Diversity find a spiritual — and physical — home in the renovated former residence hall.
The School of Restorative Arts brings incarcerated and free students together in a unique classroom: Stateville Correctional Center.
The investiture of North Park’s 10th President drew hundreds of well-wishers, who gathered for a week of celebration and pageantry to honor a new chapter in North Park’s history.
In honor of the inauguration of Mary Karsten Surridge, the University’s first female President, North Park Director of Archives Andrew Meyer curated the exhibit Women of North Park, currently on display in the Johnson Center.
More than 550 North Parkers received their diplomas, graduate degrees, and certificates during a celebratory commencement weekend filled with family, friends, and University faculty and staff.
The North Park community gathered May 1 for the fourth annual Blue and Gold Day, a fundraising effort sponsored by the Office of Advancement.
North Park Theological Seminary has honored Princess Kasune Zulu S’14, the first female member of Parliament in her home nation of Zambia, with the North Park Theological Seminary Award for Distinguished Service.