The long journey of acceptance began in 2002 when former Athletic Director Greg Hayton and North Central President Gordon Anderson participated in an NCAA informational meeting in Indianapolis, Ind. After this meeting, North Central was placed in a lottery along with other schools hopeful of joining the NCAA. North Central was selected to enter the process of joining the NCAA Division III for 2006.
NCU in CCCU September 28, 2010 · Comments Off on NCU in CCCU
The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) granted North Central full membership on August 11, 2010 . . . North Central joins a select group of 110 schools nationwide qualifying for membership in the CCCU.
Associate Director of North Central Security Joshua Urlaub suggests that students stay informed on the crimes around campus. The security page of the North Central web site contains useful information, such as important on-campus phone numbers, security updates, a list of North Central security staff, and resources on campus.
Over the summer, many changes were made to the communication arts department. The department has permanently relocated to the T.J. Jones Information Resource Center. Communication Arts Department Chair Todd Wold said the decision was made over the summer to make last year’s temporary move permanent. The Fortress renovation project, which originally would have moved the department into a portion of that building, is a longer-term and larger scale project, said Wold
On Sept. 14th, North Central, the House of Charity and Aeon—a community development corporation that provides housing for people in need—united to put on an annual event known as the Elliot Park Night to Unite. The focus of this event was getting members of the community to interact and give local organizations an opportunity to get involved in the community.
North Central residents live in a great city. There’s so much to do, and so much ground to explore. But where do you begin? I am going to tell you about some of the places and events around the city that I find are most popular among students.
Many North Central students are familiar with Thomas Glaeser (high-five Thomas). Whether they have seen him at an intramural or varsity sporting event, hanging around Elliot Park, or experiencing one of his famous high-fives, the man is essentially a North Central legend. Even so, not many people know the background of the life of Mr. Thomas John Glaeser.