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2019–2020 SCHOOL YEAR

LIFE AT NU GUIDE


WELCOME On behalf of the Office of Student Development, welcome to the 2019– 2020 academic year! We are so thrilled for the year to come and to get to know you better. Our hope and prayer is that God would do an incredible work in and through you this year. As you prepare for the upcoming school year, we hope that you find this guide helpful and informative. Please take some time to review the contents. As you make your way through this guide, I would encourage you to process how you would like to be involved on campus, because

you get to define your experience! At Northwest University, learning is not confined to the classroom, nor spiritual formation exclusive to the chapel. Opportunities for learning and spiritual growth are around every corner. As Wendell Berry said, “Teachers are everywhere. What is wanted is a learner.” This year, I challenge you to view the entire community experience as an opportunity to learn and grow. Don’t be passive and expect these opportunities to find you. Get out of your comfort zone and

explore. Be present. Be courageous. Be intentional. Make the most of your Northwest University experience by getting involved. You have something unique and valuable to contribute to life on campus. My prayer is that you find ways to belong and the courage to share of your gifts with others, because those two go hand-in-hand. We all need good company on this journey of growth. As you navigate involvement and how to succeed both in and out of the classroom, if you have any questions, please

A very warm welcome home!

so, please feel free to reach out.

Life at NU on the Eagle website.

It is a great honor to be welcoming you all to your first academic year at this beautiful NU campus. I am very excited for the new incoming students and I look forward to knowing you.

I cannot wait to meet you all in person at the various events coordinated by campus staff and organizations. We will all have fun at these events, and I hope to see you there.

Once again, welcome, and enjoy your time at NU!

I want to remind you that I am here to serve you

For all events, clubs, and organizations, check out

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In Christ, BENJAMIN MUKUMBYA ASNU Student Body President

don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Student Development. We are here to serve and journey with you. Looking forward to a great 2019–2020 academic year, RICK ENGSTROM Dean of Student Development


L I F E AT N U CONTENTS Welcome Letters.....................................................................2 Student Leadership............................................................... 4 Get Involved.............................................................................5 First Six Weeks...................................................................6–7 Living on Campus.................................................................. 8 Commuters............................................................................... 8 Spiritual Formation.................................................................9 The Wellness Center........................................................... 10 Academic Success and Advising.................................... 10 Academic Calendar...............................................................11 FAQs...................................................................................12–13 Directory...................................................................................14 NU Bucket List Challenge..................................................15 Campus Map...........................................................................16

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STUDENT LEADERSHIP

At Northwest University, we have a passion to invest in students as current and future leaders. One tangible way we do this is through student leadership opportunities. We have approximately 60 student leadership positions each year and over a quarter of a million dollars given in scholarships! Keep your eyes open for opportunities to get involved. Student leadership selection takes place each February, and you have the chance to apply for these leadership positions! Learn about the different ways student leaders shape our campus.

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF NORTHWEST UNIVERSITY ASNU is an elected group of representatives who serve as student voices and are committed to listening to student concerns, advocating for student needs, and bringing positive changes to Northwest University. ASNU has executive officers elected in the spring and a student senate, which will be elected this fall.

MOSAIC

MOSAIC is a gospel-centered, racially and ethnically diverse student leadership organization. Student leaders are tasked with developing and promoting Multicultural Life events and programs on campus under the direction of Multicultural Life.

STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD SAB exists to promote and build a positive, inclusive community by engaging students socially, physically, and culturally through fun events and programs. Their hope is to encourage student development through involvement and generate enthusiasm and support for Northwest University while creating a sense of belonging.

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CAMPUS MINISTRIES

Campus Ministries is supported by student leaders who facilitate various aspects of spiritual formation programming at NU. They serve in the areas of prayer, chapel services, life groups, hospitality, media and sound, marketing, missions, and church relations. The aim of Campus Ministries student leaders is to encourage the spiritual growth and lifestyle of this community on a personal, relational, congregational, and global level.

RESIDENT ASSISTANTS

The Residence Life staff is committed to encouraging, facilitating, and growing community here at NU. The resident assistants role is one of support and challenge, toward Christ-like community, belonging, and authentic relationships. RAs assist in co-creating safe and supportive environments through programming, mentoring relationships, and conflict mediation and resolution.


GET INVOLVED

At Northwest University, our hope is for you to find a place you belong! There are a lot of ways to be intentionally involved here at NU, both on and off campus, and we encourage you to explore the different opportunities that are of interest to you. Whether you are looking for something to participate in once or on a weekly basis, something to simply attend, or a place where you can use your leadership skills, we have something for everyone. And, if you can’t find something that excites you, we encourage you to start something new! For more information on how to start a student group, check out the ASNU website on Eagle. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 3, at 5:00 p.m. outside The Caf for our You Belong Fair to meet our student groups and learn about how to join!

CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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• Join a Life Group • Audition for the worship team • Become a chapel greeter 1 • Start an intramural team • Start a study group 2• Attend SAB events • Find out more about music ensembles • Apply to be a senator 3• Attend a Last Lecture session • Become a SAB volunteer • Attend Multicultural Life events • Become a Conversation Buddy 4• Cheer on Eagle athletics • Join Monday Night Prayer Team • Apply to go on a mission trip • Go to coffee with your professor 5• Audition for Drama • Join or start a student club • Become a NU Ambassador

LIFE AT NU WEBSITE AND APP Be in the know of all that is happening on campus. Check out our student engagement website and app called Life at NU. This is a place where you can find a full list of our clubs and organizations, as well as learn all about upcoming events and opportunities to get involved. Create your personal profile and find out more information by logging on to northwestu.presence.io. The app is available for download on Apple and Android devices.

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MO NDAY, AU GUST 26

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

WELCOME BACK BASH

6:00 P.M. // THE GREEN

T UE SDAY, AUGUST 27

MOSAIC MINGLE

7:00 P.M. // PERKS LOUNGE

WE DNE SDAY, AUGUST 28

UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT

FALL PLAY AUDITIONS

3:45 P.M. // MILLARD THEATER

YOU BELONG FAIR

5:00 P.M. // OUTSIDE THE CAF

WEDN ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

LEARN DISCOVERY

3:00 P.M. // KIRKLAND WATERFRONT

2:30 P.M. // PERKS LOUNGE

INTERNATIONAL ICE CREAM SOCIAL 3:30 P.M. // PECOTA PLAZA

FRI DAY, AUGUST 3 0

LAKE DAY

3:00 P.M. // WAVERLY PARK CAMPUS MINISTRIES

TU ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

RESIDENCE LIFE EVENT VARIOUS

MULTICULTURAL LIFE

DAY ON THE GREEN

2:00–5:00 P.M. // THE GREEN

SAT URDAY, AUGUST 3 1

SCREEN ON THE GREEN 8:00 P.M. // THE GREEN

CLUBS / ORGANIZATIONS

RESIDENCE LIFE ATHLETICS

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

PARENT POSTCARDS

3:00–5:00 P.M. // THE GREEN

TENNIS TOURNAMENT

3:00–5:00 P.M. // TENNIS COURTS

REVIVE

9:00 P.M. // CHAPEL

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

ENTREPRENUERSHIP CLUB KICKOFF

1:30 P.M. // FEE HALL

6:00 P.M. // ARGUE HSC 233

FALL PLAY AUDITIONS

7:30 P.M. // MILLARD THEATER

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

END SCENE IMPROV

9:00 P.M. // MILLARD THEATER

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6

SOCCER / CHESS

4:00 P.M. // OUTDOOR BASKETBALL COURT

OUTDOOR COFFEEHOUSE CONCERT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

SAB

3:00 P.M. // THE GREEN

STAND-UP PADDLEBOARDING

8:00 P.M. // AERIE PATIO

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WIFFLE BALL TOURNAMENT

RESIDENCE LIFE EVENT VARIOUS

INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL BEGINS 9:00 A.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

TEA IN FEE

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

MULTICULTURAL LIFE EVENT

10:00 A.M.–3:00 P.M. // PECOTA

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

ARROW TAG

6:30 P.M. // THE GREEN

PAC THE PAV

9:00 P.M. // PAVILION

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

VOLLYBALL GAME & T-SHIRT GIVEAWAY 6:45 P.M. // PAVILION

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

SEATTLE TOUR DAY ALL DAY // SEATTLE

WOMEN’S SOCCER

1:00 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 5:00 P.M. // PAVILION

FIRST SI


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

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ON CAMPUS

SEAHAWKS VIEWING PARTY 1:25 P.M. // PERKS LOUNGE

LOCAL OUTREACH WEEK TBD

TU ES DAY, SE PT E MBE R 17

VIDA FIESTA

2:00 P.M. // PECOTA PATIO

W EDNES DAY, SE PT E MBE R 18

CHURCH FAIR

DURING CHAPEL // CHAPEL

T H U R S DAY, SE PT E MBE R 19

COURAGEOUS CONVERSTAIONS 7:00 P.M. // ARGUE HSC FIRESIDE

S ATU R DAY, SE PT E MBE R 21

RESIDENCE LIFE EVENT VARIOUS

MON DAY, SEPTEMBER 23

WELLNESS CENTER OPEN HOUSE 11:30 A.M. // WELLNESS CENTER

TU ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

FALL KICKBACK

7:30 P.M. // PECOTA

WEDN ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

“REEL” TALK

7:00 P.M. // ARGUE HSC 104

LAST LECTURE

7:00 P.M. // PERKS LOUNGE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

MEN’S SOCCER

12:00 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

WOMEN’S SOCCER

2:30 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 7:00 P.M. // PAVILION

HOMECOMING & FAMILY WEEKEND BONFIRE AFTER GAME // BEHIND PAVILION

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 8:30 A.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 7:00 P.M. // PAVILION

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

MEN’S SOCCER

12:00 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

WOMEN’S SOCCER

2:30 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL 7:00 P.M. // PAVILION

WOMEN’S SOCCER

1:00 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

HOMECOMING & FAMILY WEEKEND

GOTCHA WEEK

BINGO

AFTER GAME // THE CAF

MEN’S SOCCER

3:30 P.M. // EAGLE FIELDS

SATU RDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

COLOR CHAOS

1:00 P.M. // ON CAMPUS

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L I V IN G ON CAMPU S Convenience. Support. Community. Living on campus is a unique, intentional, and rewarding experience. Take advantage of the resources and relationships that come from sharing life together on campus. From learning to live with others to cooking on your own, living on campus provides you with life skills and lifelong relationships!

LIVING AREA LEADERSHIP • Resident Assistants (RAs) are student leaders who live on each floor to provide leadership, guidance, care, and fun for residents. •

Area Coordinators (ACs) are professional, live-in staff who provide leadership within a living area with the hopes of developing a Christ-centered living and learning community. They council and support students, facilitate programming, assist with crisis management and conflict resolution, and provide leadership and mentoring to students and RA teams.

LIVING AREA COMMUNITIES • Credit and debit operated washers and dryers

RA ON CALL NUMBERS

• Wi-Fi and Ethernet cable capability

• GPC RA on call: 503-673-6294

• Quiet hours 10 p.m.–8 a.m. everyday

• Gray/Beatty RA on call: 503-476-1296

• Guy, Perks, Crowder (GPC) visitation hours 7–10 p.m. Mon.–Sun.

• Apt. RA on call: 503-673-6249

• Gray/Beatty visitation hours 7–10 p.m. Mon.–Fri. and 2–10 p.m. Sat.–Sun. • Themed brother and sister floors are a big deal here at NU. Their names are: Brotherhood and Sisterhood, Jungle, Wolfpack, Hive, Ducks and Chicks, and the Pride.

COMMUTE RS Do you live off campus and commute to class? Approximately 30 percent of our students do, too! Make sure to check out our commuter resources on Eagle to make the most of your experience. For more questions about commuter life, contact the Director of Community Life at larissa.lilly@northwestu.edu.

HOUSING CONTACT INFO • 425-889-5334 • housing@northwestu.edu • Main office located in the Pecota Student Center

COMMUTER TIPS: • Stay on campus after classes to study, go to events, or just be with people. • Take advantage of $3.50 lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday. • Join a club or Life Group. • Work on campus to meet more people. • Sit and hang out in the residence hall lobbies (your ID card will get you in!) • Purchase a meal plan and eat in The Caf.

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S P IR ITUAL FOR MATIO N Hey, family! The greatest attribute of NU is that we are a community committed to following Jesus. In your time here, you will find that our passion to follow Jesus is not a cliché or something good to tweet. All of us, students, faculty, and staff, are deeply invested in one another’s spiritual lives. So, I invite you to join us and help make NU a spiritually vibrant community. Welcome home!

CHRISTIAN DAWSON Campus Pastor

SP IR ITUAL LI FE CREDITS To help cultivate a spiritually vibrant community and foster the spiritual formation of each member, the Campus Ministries office, along with other departments, provides spiritually enriching opportunities for our community. Each opportunity is associated with a Spiritual Life credit. On average, there are over 100 Spiritual Life credits available, made up of the following opportunities: • Chapel Services (10:00 a.m. or 11:20 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) – 42 opportunities • Pursuit Services (8:30 p.m.–10:00 p.m., Mondays) – 13 opportunities • Life Groups (see Life Group directory on Eagle for more information; one credit/week) – 15 opportunities • Chic Chat and FellaShip (women’s and men’s gatherings) – 2+ opportunities • Last Lecture and Courageous Conversations events – 5+ opportunities • Campus Ministry Devotional Book ( journal about your devotional three times/week) – 5 credits given to approved journals at the end of the semester • Mission Trips (upon completing class) – 5 credits given at the end of the semester • Other approved events as advertised – 5 opportunities

CHECKING YOUR SPIRITUAL LIFE CREDITS Students are expected to keep track of their Spiritual Life credit record. To do so, log onto “My Attendance” through the Campus Ministries Eagle page. Students have five days following a Spiritual Life credit opportunity to email slattendance@northwestu.edu about any discrepancies, questions, or concerns. Campus Ministries is located in Pecota and can be reached at 425-889-5308 or campusministries@northwestu.edu.

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T H E W E LLNE S S CENT ER Northwest University’s Wellness Center is committed to an integrative and holistic approach to health care by promoting health and wellness in body, mind, and spirit. Services are offered free for currently enrolled traditional undergraduate students.

COUNSELING SERVICES

DIETITIAN SERVICES

MEDICAL SERVICES

• Individual counseling • Couples counseling: dating, pre-marriage, marriage • Limited crisis support

• Nutrition education for optimal health • Food sensitivities/allergies • Practical meal planning • Sports nutrition • Diet and disease management • Weight management

• Convenience care • Medical care for illness and minor injury • Sports physicals • Annual wellness checks • Diagnostic tests/lab work* • Seasonal flu vaccine* • Travel/immunization consultation • Medication management and prescriptions

CONTACT INFO • 425-889-5282 • wellnesscenter@northwestu.edu • Greeley Center (building 5 on campus map)

*additional fees may apply

ACADEMIC SUCCESS AND ADVISING The goal of the Academic Success and Advising office is to set students on the right path from the start and help them stay there each and every step of the way. Before a student even arrives, we create their first schedule according to the major the student has chosen. We make sure to take into account any transfer credits the student may have and align it carefully with the plan of study that best fits the major. Walking alongside students as they transition from home to school, high school to college, community college to university, one college to another, adolescence to adulthood, and dreams to reality is a great honor for us, and we take the responsibility very seriously.

PRACTICAL SERVICES

SUPPORT SERVICES

• Change of major • Add/drop a class • Withdraw from a class • Apply for graduation • Substitute a class • Petition for a unique circumstance

• • • • • •

Assignment calendaring Career services GPA calculation Disability accommodation Test make up Academic life coaching

CONTACT INFO • 425-889-5227 | advising@northwestu.edu | Williams Hall, room 10 (building 10C on campus map)

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ACAD E M IC CA LENDA R A ND I MP O RTA N T DATES FALL SEMESTER 2019 First Day of Classes (Undergraduate Program)..................................................................Aug. 26 Academic Convocation............................................................................................................... Aug. 28 Last Day to Register; Last Day to Add/Drop Classes........................................................ Aug. 30 Labor Day Holiday (University Closed)....................................................................................Sept. 2 Reading Days (No Classes)....................................................................................................Oct. 17–18 Priority Registration for Spring Semester Opens................................................................. Oct. 28 Last Day to Withdraw From Classes.........................................................................................Nov. 15 Thanksgiving Break (No Classes).............................................................................................Nov. 27 Thanksgiving Holidays (University Closed).................................................................. Nov. 28–29 Last Day of Classes.........................................................................................................................Dec. 9 Final Exams................................................................................................................................Dec. 10–13 Student Semester Break (No Classes)..................................................................... Dec. 14–Jan 12 University Offices Closed...............................................................................................Dec. 24–Jan 1 SPRING SEMESTER 2020 Residence Halls and Dining Hall Open (Returning Students)........................................... Jan. 12 First Day of Classes (Undergraduate Program).................................................................... Jan. 13 Last Day to Register; Last Day to Add/Drop Classes...........................................................Jan. 17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (University Closed).....................................................................Jan. 20 Presidents’ Day (University Closed)..........................................................................................Feb. 17 Spring Break (No Classes)......................................................................................................Mar. 9–13 Priority Registration for Fall Semester Opens.......................................................................Mar. 30 Reading Day (No Classes).............................................................................................................. Apr. 9 Last Day to Withdraw From Classes........................................................................................... Apr. 9 Good Friday (University Closed)................................................................................................ Apr. 10 Last Day of Classes...........................................................................................................................May 1 Baccalaureate Chapel......................................................................................................................May 1 Final Exams....................................................................................................................................May 4–7 Graduate Celebration......................................................................................................................May 8 Commencement............................................................................................................................... May 9

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FAQS ID CARDS

Your NU ID Key Card is imperative to your functioning as a student at NU! If you lose your card or if it isn’t working properly, please visit the Information Technology Help Desk in the Barton Building. You’ll use your card for the following: • Door access into residence halls and other buildings • Meals at The Caf

• Access to the Eagle Fitness Center • Admission to athletics and other NU events

• Attendance credit for Spiritual Life events • Resource check-out at the library

• Check-in to campus events • Discounts at local businesses

EMAIL

Checking your NU email is a crucial part of being a student—this is how the university communicates with you most often. Whether it is an announcement, class or professor information, or account statement notification, you'll find what you need to know through email. Access your NU email via the Eagle homepage.

WI-FI AND INTERNET

Connect your wireless devices to the NU_Wireless network and log in with your NU email address and password. For the best experience, connect your computer to the plug in your residence hall room or apartment with an Ethernet cable. Remember, no personal routers are allowed.

DISCOVERY

Your professors will post class information, syllabi, assignments, and more on the Discovery website. Access Discovery via the Eagle homepage. Check out Discovery guides in the NU Student Tutorials course.

PRINTING

Need to print something? Use your Student Printing Balance (on the Eagle / My Profile page) to print in computer labs, print kiosks, and in the library. Color printing, copying, and scanning can be done using the Library Student Copier.

MAIL AND PACKAGES

Your campus mailing address and mailbox number is printed on the back of your NU ID Key Card. Student mailboxes are located in the Pecota Student Center, and packages can be picked up from Print and Mail Services in the Barton Building. We'll send you a text and email when you receive packages.

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

Have a car on campus? Great! Just make sure you have a parking permit and follow parking zone requirements. Purchase your permit on the Eagle website (find Campus Parking on the My Profile page). If you don't have a car on campus, we have great public transportation with bus routes picking up right in front of campus. Consider purchasing an Orca Card through King County Metro and Sound Transit.

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CAMPUS SECURITY

The Campus Security Office is located in the Crowder Lobby. Security officers are on duty 24/7 and can be reached at 425-889-5500.

DINING SERVICES THE CAF

Monday–Friday | 7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Saturday | 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. and 5:00–6:00 p.m.

Sunday | 7:30–9:30 a.m., 12:30–2:00 p.m., 5:00–6:00 p.m.

AERIE Monday–Thursday | 7:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Friday | 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

All students on the full meal plan or living in the student apartments have $100 to spend at the Aerie! If you have special dietary needs, please contact the Pioneer College Caterers director at 425-889-5285.

EAGLE FITNESS CENTER Monday–Friday | 6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

Saturday | 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

LIBRARY Monday–Thursday | 7:30 a.m.–11:30 p.m.

Saturday | 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Friday | 7:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Sunday | 3:00 p.m.–11:30 p.m.

24-HOUR SPACE

The 24-Hour Space in the Library entrance (Hurst 214) has computers and printing kiosks for your late night study needs.

MAINTENANCE REQUEST

Something wrong in your room? No problem. Submit a maintenance request through Eagle by going to the Maintenance page and then clicking on “NU Maintenance Requests.” The first time you do this, you’ll need to register. Once you click the button to do so, you will need to input your information and the account code: 1351861760. Next time, you’ll only need to use your email and password. Once you are in the system making the request, an additional password is required to submit—that password is “password.” If you have any questions, please call Maintenance at 425-889-5585.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

Have a question regarding internet, printing, your ID card, log on information, and other technology related requests? Please email help@northwestu.edu to contact our IT department.

EAGLE WEBSITE

For more information on the above resources and much more, check out our Eagle website at eagle.northwestu.edu.

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D IR E C TORY For a full directory, check out the Eagle site or call 425-822-8266 to reach the front desk receptionist to be transferred. ACADEMIC SUCCESS AND ADVISING 425-889-5227 | Williams Hall, room 10 advising@northwestu.edu For questions regarding advising, testing, tutoring, career development, disability accommodations, or academic resources (including, but not limited to, change of major and adding or dropping a class).

CAMPUS MINISTRIES 425-889-5307 | Pecota Student Center campusministries@northwestu.edu For questions regarding prayer or pastoral counseling, Life Group applications or information, mission trip information, and participating in a local missions group.

HOUSING 425-889-5334 | Pecota Student Center housing@northwestu.edu For questions regarding residence hall and apartment housing, RAs, and ACs.

IT 425-889-5310 | Barton, first floor help@northwestu.edu For questions regarding printing, computer assistance, ID cards, internet/Wi-Fi, password updates, and other technology related requests.

REGISTRAR 425-889-5228 | Davis building, Suite 111 registrarsoffice@northwestu.edu For questions regarding class schedules and registration, transcripts, and graduation requirements.

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STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES 425-889-5210 | Barton, second floor studentfinancialservices@northwestu.edu For questions regarding payments, balances, and financial aid questions.

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 425-889-5234 | Pecota Student Center studentdevelopment@northwestu.edu For questions regarding housing, commuter information, student leadership, clubs and organizations, and social and multicultural events.

WELLNESS CENTER 425-889-5282 | Greeley Wellness Center wellnesscenter@northwestu.edu To make an appointment for counseling, minor medical needs, and dietary needs.

ACADEMIC COLLEGES College of Adult and Professional Studies 425-889-7793 College of Arts and Sciences 425-889-5315 College of Business 425-889-5754 College of Education 425-889-5299 College of Ministry 425-889-5253 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 425-889-5328 College of Nursing 425-889-7822


NU NU BUCKE B U CKET LIST CHA LLE NG E CHALLE

Paddle board on Lake Washington

Run the Kirkland Corridor

Bonfire at Golden Gardens or Alki Beach

Go ice blocking

Go to a Mariner’s game

Catch a $6 movie on Tuesdays at Lincoln Square

Try "The Cookie" at Metropolitan Market

Play Spikeball on The Green

Midnight run to Dick's Drive-In

Picnic on the waterfront

Catch a lakefront sunset

Try Molly Moon's ice cream

Buy flowers at Pike Place Market

Hammock on campus

Eat cake at DERU Market

Go to Snowflake Lane during the Christmas season

Go to a favorite local coffee shop

Play sand volleyball on a sunny day

Participate in SEW

Play an intramural sport

Go on a walk through Watershed Park

Jump in Lake Washington

Go indoor rock climbing or bouldering

Try bubble tea

Go on a hike

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