NCU NEWS Month: February 2018

Missions Auction For Student Mission Trips is March 2

Missions Auction For Student Mission Trips is March 2

Tickets are available now for the annual Missions Auction to support student mission trips. The Missions Auction is Friday, March 2, at 7 pm in the Morse Event Center on campus. “The Missions Auction is an important opportunity for the community to learn about the mission work our students do around the globe and a way for NCU students to earn ...


Employees Shining in the Community

Employees Shining in the Community

Two Northwest Christian University employees have been named to leadership positions with organizations serving the local business and arts community. Kassia Galick, Assistant Director of Admissions, Bilingual, is the 2018 Co-Chair of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional Summit. It is Galick’s third-year involved in the summit. In anticipation of 500 or more young professionals coming together, Galick and ...


Enrollment Underway for New MEd

Enrollment Underway for New MEd

The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities has approved NCU’s new Master of Education program. The MEd provides a pathway for highly qualified educators to earn a master’s degree in education with an additional endorsement in special education, physical education, or English to Speakers of Other Languages. The program is also available to NCU undergraduate Teacher Education students who, with ...


NCU Hosts David Crowder April 19

NCU Hosts David Crowder April 19

David Crowder, one of the biggest names in contemporary Christian music, has announced his American Prodigal Tour 3.0 will make a concert stop in Eugene at Northwest Christian University’s Morse Event Center on, Thurs., April 19, 2018. Tickets go on sale at 10 AM, Fri., Feb. 23, 2018, at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1647159 More information about David Crowder, his music and the American Prodigal Tour ...


Gerlach Wins 56th Annual Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest

Gerlach Wins 56th Annual Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest

Jesse Gerlach, a first-year biology and music major from Medford, Oregon, won the 2018 Bash-Whisler Bible Reading Contest on Thurs., Feb. 8, 2018. Students from all majors are encouraged to enter the annual contest. Established 56 years ago, student entrants select two passages of scripture, one from the Old Testament, to read aloud, and another from the New Testament, that is ...


Hain Launches New Book: Concubines and Courtesans: Women and Slavery in Islamic History

Hain Launches New Book: Concubines and Courtesans: Women and Slavery in Islamic History

Kathryn Hain, Ph.D., assistant professor of history and world Christianity, will read from a new book she recently co-edited entitled: Concubines and Courtesans: Women and Slavery in Islamic History. The book brings together the work of 16 scholars in this relatively new field of women’s slavery in Middle Eastern History. Dr. Hain will speak about the books and answer questions during ...