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Always awesome, we got this New Year’s reflection from a student this week: “I cannot believe that this is my 3rd year at NDNU, and I have simply loved every moment of it. Throughout this time I have been blessed to have met professors who are dedicated towards student success. I am thankful to God for giving me this opportunity to be part of this esteemed university. “
Senior Seminar: TO BE ANNOUNCED (we are scheduled for CU 1, but likely will meet in the Toso Compiegne Living Room, which is one of the buildings above Tabard)
Personal Financial Planning, SM 202
Corporate Finance, Cuvilly 1
Way of the Earth, Cuvilly 21
Communication Skills (TRACY), Tracy Office
Latino/Hispanic Experience in the US, Cuvilly 1
Social Psychology, Cuvilly 9
Human Services (MISSION COLLEGE), SEC 207 (Click here for map)*
Operations and Info Tech, Cuvilly 23
Saturdays (Class is from 9-1:15)
Communication Skills, Cuvilly 6
* Note that for classes at Mission College, students should purchase a daily parking permit from one of the machines in the parking lot. An NDNU parking pass will NOT be valid at this campus.
Courtesy of graduating senior Beth Humphrey (thank you Beth!) we have our Fall 2019 capstone video newsletter to share, profiling the work of Human Services students from all of our campuses. We are so inspired by these students and their dedication to applying all that they’ve learned to benefit others in the communities that they serve.
Advising Update! Many of the holds that were on student accounts have just been lifted so that you can register for Spring classes. See our newsletter below for more details and to register for an advising appointment if you need one.
From one of our graduating seniors: “I learned many things in this program at NDNU. My biggest takeaway is the support and passion the instructors have in serving the students and those around them. It is inspiring to know that my instructors are out there to make a difference in people’s lives [during the day] and then in the evenings they are teaching us how to contribute to others.”