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SOAR registration open
As a first-time freshman, you are probably excited about your transition to college and beginning your new life at Northwest. SOAR is your Summer Orientation Advisement and Registration.
Living and Academic Learning Communities
Learning communities offer an opportunity to reside with other students who share common interests and areas of study such as agriculture, business and natural sciences.
New academic programs offered
This fall, Northwest is launching a multi-disciplinary bachelor's degree program in criminology with emphasis areas in the diversity, juvenile justice system and adult justice systems.
Northwest offers many types of campus visits to fit your schedule.
For the first-time ever, new students* can earn in-state rates, saving students more than $6,000.
The Robert and Virginia Foster Fitness Center consists of 19,490 square-feet of open floor space accommodating state-of-the-art cardio and weight lifting machines. The building also houses a specified area for aerobics, spinning, yoga and various fitness courses.
95% of students gain profession-based experience through faculty-student research and internships
More than 150 organizations to choose from, ranging from student government, Greek fraternities and sororities to multicultural groups and academic clubs.