Hospers Hall Coffeehouse returns!

Friday, October 22nd in the Black Box Theater. 

Hot drinks start at 7:00, performances at 8:00

B.Y.O.Mug and get a free sticker!
Students who are not currently enrolled in SPA 111, who have not taken the Foreign Language Placement Test,  and who would like to fulfill their core language requirement with Spanish must complete the test that will be offered soon. It will take place on Monday, October 25, 2021 at 6 pm in VPH 302. This test score indicates the most accurate placement of students within 111 and 112 sequence.  

All students are welcome to attend the Majors Fair this Monday, October 25th! If you're an undecided major, or want to explore the idea of a minor, or are just hungry for popcorn, this fair is for you!

Come be part of the NWC Pre-Health Professions Club
Meeting on: Wednesday, October 27th @ 7pm in the Science Building Co-Lab 

Learn about and plan an exciting year of enriching events & opportunities.

If you have questions, email:
Dr. Heeg (Elizabeth.heeg@nwciowa.edu) or
Professor Harris (Jolene.harris@nwciowa.edu).
The NWC International Justice Mission Campus Chapter will be hosting Threads, a pop-up thrift shop, on October 30 to raise funds for IJM. The clothing drive will begin October 4, and be open to the entire Northwestern and Orange City community. 100% of the proceeds made at the event will help fund IJM rescue operations around the world.

For more information on the event, contact Zoe Heemstra or Lily Anderson.
For more information on IJM, visit ijm.org
Join us in the ministry of solidarity to spend time with a church behind bars. We will meet prisoners where they are at and worship with them in their space. The goal is to help prisoners feel they are part of a wider body of believers, and are not forgotten about. The trip will consist of fellowship before and after a worship service in the prison. We'll conclude with a free dinner to reflect on the experience.

Interested? Contact Lily Anderson or Zoe Heemstra in order to fill out necessary paperwork.

Would you like to help high school students experience the Christian academic community of Northwestern’s campus? Student ambassadors are a vital part of the admissions effort of welcoming prospective students and families. If you think you have what it takes and would enjoy hosting campus visitors, apply by November 1. This is a paid position.


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