North Central College - Naperville, IL

North Central College News

Pfeiffer Hall interior, 1926
News
North Central College’s Pfeiffer Hall and Wentz Concert Hall and Fine Arts Center are fine and performing arts gems spanning two centuries.
Meiley-Swallow Hall, today
News
Built in 1909 with connections to founders of North Central College, the red brick church was acquired by the College and renamed Meiley-Swallow Hall in 2007.
Plainfield College
News
Local historian Michael Lambert writes in Plainfield Patch about 19th century people and events that preceded the College’s origins in Plainfield.
Bonita eating club, ca. 1908
News
North Central College did not provide room and dining facilities in the early 20th century, but private homes offered room and eating clubs served up meals.
News
North Central College students ask trustees to lift dancing ban, then hold formal protest, including missing classes and dancing outside Old Main.
Evangelical Theological Seminary chapel service, Koten Chapel
News
North Central College and Evangelical Theological Seminary shared campus space, spiritual heritage from the College's earliest days in Naperville.
Robert Fieseler, from left, Harold R. Wilde and A. George Pradel.
News
Naperville Mayor A. George Pradel has declared Nov. 11 North Central College Day in the City of Naperville.
News
Three iconic buildings, built in the early 1900s, doubled the College’s physical plant and are still fully utilized today, though for different purposes.