Dr. Leslie Evens Retires

After 38 years of teaching Dr. Evens is retiring from education Dr. Leslie Evens has announced her retirement after teaching at North Central University as an English Professor for 38 ½ years! Beginning in 1981 and hired right out of her undergraduate degree, she was offered a one-semester full-time contract at North Central. After her first semester, she was invited...

Momentum Week 2019 Begins

The Student Success Center is holding events to help students through the last week of the semester Friday the 6th kicks off the start of Momentum Week as well as Finals period with early morning prayer at 6:30 in the Anderson Chapel. With so many students the Student Services has many avenues of help for them. This last week during...

Four New Policies Have Been Approved For North Central University

North Central’s Policy Advisor Committee put forward new polices that affect employees and prospective students of the University The Policy Advisor Committee at North Central University announced four new issue  policies that were approved by the President’s Council on November 11, 2019.  These new policies are Admission for Undergraduates; established admission criteria for potential students, Executive Compensation and Separation; established...

Augustana Has Sold it’s Nursing Home to the Catholic Charities

The Catholic Charities arerenovating the building to be a clinic and shelter for the homeless in Elliot Park. The Augustana Health Care Center is closing its doors. Catholic Charities has bought the building and has plans to do a 65 million dollar housing project. This housing project entails moving the current residents to a new location, renovation to the building,...

Question & Answer with New Full-Time Music Professor Joshua Tompkins

Previously part time, Joshua Tompkins is now a full-time associate professor of music in the college of fine arts Associate professor Joshua Tompkins, who holds a doctor of musical arts degree, has taught piano lessons and music theory at North Central since 2003 and recently accepted a full-time teaching position. He is one of two “new” full-time professors in the...

Question & Answer with New Music Professor Dan Musselman

The college of fine arts hired assistant professor Dan Musselman before the start of the fall 2019 semester North Central University’s college of fine arts hired two full-time professors in the fall of 2019. Assistant professor of music Dan Musselman is one of them. Students might know him from his popular YouTube channel featuring piano music, which now has more...

Question & Answer with New Marketing Professor Mark Skeba

The professor in the college of business and technology shares about his life journey and details how he found a path to classrooms at North Central University. Mark Skeba poses for a moment between classes outside his office in Liechty Hall. Skeba became an assistant marketing professor at North Central University in the fall of 2019. Assistant marketing professor Mark...

Question & Answer with New Theology Professor Sheree Lear

College of Church Leadership hires textual scholar after Professor Buzz Brookman retires and Professor Phil Mayo moves to missions Sheree Lear is the newest addition to the school of Biblical and Theological studies, teaching on the Old Testament. She graduated from Central Bible College with a bachelor’s in Biblical languages. Her master’s in theological interpretation of Scripture and her doctorate...

Kurdish People Pushed Off Syrian Border after President Trump Orders US Troop Withdrawal

North Central students recently visited refugee camps filled with those who fled ISIS advances; Professor Bob Brenneman has spent many years living, working in Kurdish communities A crowd pelted stones and potatoes at U.S. convoys as they traveled from northern Syria to Iraq. One man shouted in Arabic, “Like rats, America is running away,” the Associated Press reported. Several Kurdish...