Student life at Northwestern is so much more than just studying. We believe academic and classroom learning is only one part of the college experience. So much of your life—and learning—happens outside of the classroom.
Late-night conversations with your roommates
Playing broomball on the lake
A life-changing message in chapel
Rehearsing with the choir
Running laps with your fellow athletes
Meeting up with your buddies at lunch
Serving the homeless in Minneapolis with your brother and sister halls
Writing for the student newspaper or hosting a radio show
Serving your class as a student senator
Praying for your professors
These are just a few of the experiences that will remind you that life isn’t just about you and what grade you get in Western Civ. It’s about plugging in, developing your relationship with Jesus and others and putting your faith to action by getting involved.
What you do with that free time is up to you…and we’ve got a lot of ways to get involved!
"Going to Feed My Starving Children with my hall was fun. That was one way that I got to know some of the girls and even some of my guys in our brother hall. I did A LOT of fun things at Northwestern."
Mai – Minneapolis, Minnesota
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