2021-2022 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
This online catalog can help you quickly locate and save details about undergraduate programs. Whether you are a prospective student or already enrolled, you can easily see what Northland College has to offer.
About the Northland Catalog
Students are assigned to the catalog that is in force at the time of their first entry into Northland College. Students entering in the fall of a new catalog cycle are assigned to the new catalog. For example, a student entering in September of 2019 is assigned to the 2019 catalog, not the 2018 catalog.
Students wishing to declare a major or minor in a catalog newer than the one to which they are assigned may move forward into a newer catalog with their advisor’s approval by completing a Catalog Change Form. Once a student adopts a new catalog, all rules and policies in the newer catalog go into effect for that student. Students are not allowed to move backward to adopt an older catalog.
Sometimes it becomes necessary for the faculty in a department to make changes to a major or minor as it is published in the official catalog. This may be due to a correction of a typographical error or because of changing dynamics within departments. These updates are not made in the original catalogs as they appear here. Changes are processed and made public through Academic Council and are recorded by the Registrar’s Office. Students should check with the Program Coordinator to help determine how to meet the requirements of any catalog changes that may affect their status. Please do not hesitate to ask your advisor or someone in the Registrar’s Office if you have any questions relating to academic policy or your academic progress.
Northland College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status with respect to public assistance, sexual orientation, or any other protected status in administration of its educational policies, financial aid program, athletics and all other programs. Harassment based upon an individual’s legally protected status is a form of prohibited discrimination.
Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the information in this publication. However, provisions of this publication are subject to change without notice and do not constitute an irrevocable contract between any student or applicant for admission and Northland College. The College is not responsible for any misrepresentation of its requirements or provisions that might arise as a result of errors in the preparation of this publication.