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What type of student are you?

Undergrad

High school students or college transfers.

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Graduate

Earn your master’s at North Central University.

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Online Undergrad

Flexible, fully-online, Christ-centered degrees.

Campus visits

Nothing will give you the feel for a college campus like visiting. And many North Central students say that it was their visit to our Minneapolis campus that helped them to see that North Central was the right fit.

There’s an energy here. You’ll see it in the faces of NCU professors, staff, and students who are all passionate about Christ-centered learning.

Visitar North Central University

Visit checklist

Make sure that you ask all of the most helpful questions while you’re visiting North Central! Start with this list to get the information you need.

Have questions? Contact us!

Not sure which visit option is right for you? Want to customize your own day at NCU? Call us directly at 1.800.289.6222 or admissions@zqnaifen.com.


Mary Seegers
Campus Visit Coordinator
(612) 343-4461 | mmseeger@zqnaifen.com
910 Elliot Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55404

 

From out of town?

Plan your visit with discount hotels nearby and check out some of our favorite local restaurants, parks, and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. North Central University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. 

No. North Central University is a verified 501c3 non-profit university.

Yes. North Central University was founded in 1930 and we have called downtown Minneapolis our home ever since. We proudly prepare students for global leadership and ministry through top-quality academic programs, a spirit-empowered community, and an exciting downtown Minneapolis campus. The most recent data indicates that 94% of respondents had obtained employment within 6 months after graduation.

Yes! North Central provides financial aid to all of its students! Students may also apply for federal assistance through FAFSA.

The student to faculty ratio at NCU is 15:1

NCU has over 60 academic programs, including majors and minors.

NCU has 5 different colleges. The College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business and Technology, College of Fine Arts, College of Church Leadership, and the College of Graduate and Professional Education.