Crime is everywhere, and North Central is no exception. The most common violations that occur on campus are thefts or burglaries of some form or another. Despite these violations, North Central security remains ever vigilant, and strives to keep the students and faculty as safe as possible.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) visited North Central Monday, October 2nd through Tuesday, October 3rd to determine whether or not to continue the university’s accreditation on Monday, October 2 and Wednesday, October 3. The HLC is an organization which accredits universities.
One man died and another individual was critically injured from an apartment fire at 1500 Park Ave., Minneapolis Oct. 6. The suspect has been charged with murder and arson according to the criminal charge records for Hennepin County, Minnesota.
The stability of leadership at North Central has been championed by the administration in recent months and was celebrated at the inauguration ceremony well attended by distinguished guests, family and friends of Hagan, faculty, staff and students.