Clubs and Organizations

There are several student organizations at Northwestern College which complement and enhance classroom experiences and provide opportunities for personal growth and community service. Students are encouraged to join a club or organization; new members are always welcome.

Student Interest Organizations

  • Tooth Be Told — Dental assisting students can network with other students and professionals in dentistry to explore real-life topics in their industry.
  • Student Nurses Association — Future registered nurses can foster their professional development through peer and faculty support, leadership development opportunities, and community service options.

Student Ambassador Program

Northwestern College’s Student Ambassador Program enables current students to enhance and utilize their leadership skills to incoming and peer students. Student Ambassadors act as first contact to visitors and provide campus tours, as well as serving as an NC representative for on-campus and community events.

What does a Student Ambassador do?

  • Welcome and greet guests
  • Conduct campus tours
  • Represent Northwestern College during college and community events
  • Provide tips on being a successful student
  • Attend weekly meetings and trainings
  • Provide various services and referrals to the campus
  • All other duties assigned

As a Student Ambassador, students will develop transferrable skills that will benefit their career path. Employers are looking for more than academic excellence; they want community involvement and service. Student Ambassadors will gain leadership skills that will help enhance and build an outstanding resume. They will also earn letters of recommendation and connect with nearby communities to educate them about Northwestern College.