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As a North Central alum, you’re a Christ-follower, lifelong learner, leader in your community, and minister who shares Christ’s love through your words and actions.

You helped form what North Central is today and you remain an important part of this community. Here are some ways to stay connected!

Join the Alumni Association

The Alumni Association works to keep alumni connected to North Central and each other, build partnerships between North Central and the community, and support the spiritual, academic, intellectual, recruitment, and placement interests and goals of the University.

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Learn about Alumni Benefits

As a North Central alum, there are some great perks available to you. Check them out!

Just a few credits short of your degree?

If you almost finished your degree at North Central, but just have a handful of courses to complete, you might qualify for our Pathways degree completion program!

Stay Informed

There are a lot of ways keep up with what’s happening at North Central.

Make sure your info is up-to-date so we can keep in touch!

Support North Central

Your generous support makes it possible for us to prepare young men and women to go out into the world and make a big difference. Here are some ways you can support North Central’s mission.

Meet the director


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Tabby (Wilson) Finton

Coordinator for Alumni & Church Relations, College of Church Leadership

“I was thrilled to become a student at North Central in 1986, coming from a small town in northern Indiana. The power and presence of God that met me back then are still alive and well at NCU today. What an honor it is to serve in a position where I can help reconnect people to a place that has deeply impacted countless lives through the years, and continues that influence still today. I feel privileged to assist current and future students in raising money for scholarships through the NCU Fund.

I’m eager to grow relationships with students while they’re still on campus to shape them into engaged alumni. In addition to staying connected with the university, I want alumni to view NCU as a life-long resource and partner in their success. Your life is still our mission.”

About Tabby

Tabby Finton is the former Director of Alumni Relations and NCU Fund. She is married to Steve Finton ’90 and ’18 M.A. They have raised three sons and have worked in ministry roles in the north metro of the Twin Cities since their NCU days.

Finton previously served in roles at Emmanuel Christian Center, Minnesota District Council, Kristi Northup Music, Answering the Cries, Compass USA, and most recently Abundant Life Church in Blaine.