Northland International University is a conservative Christian university with a straightforward mission: preparing the next generation of servant-leaders for Great Commission living. Through our individualized academic model, we enable our students to discover, develop, and deploy their unique gifts and abilities in pursuit of the lifework for which God has specifically designed them. Our “be one. make many.” discipleship emphasis encourages students in their personal walk with God, providing one-on-one spiritual mentoring and equipping students to take the transformational Gospel of Jesus Christ around the globe.
Student Body: About 500 students attend Northland, including undergraduate and graduate enrollment.
Location: Northland’s campus is located on 1,200 acres of pine forests and rolling hills about an hour and a half north of Green Bay in a town called Dunbar, Wisconsin.
Accreditation: Northland International University is a Category IV member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS).
Athletics: Northland athletic teams include intercollegiate men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, and women’s volleyball in the NCCAA Division II Midwest Conference, as well as club squads for men’s hockey and men’s volleyball.
Outreach Ministries: Northland students have the opportunity to gain practical ministry experience through many service options, including local church involvement, athletic outreaches, participation in nursing home, prison, abuse shelter, and youth detention center ministries, or traveling with Northland ministry teams.