The Office of Spiritual Formation directs campus ministries for undergraduate students and is led by University Chaplain Rev. Gene Schandorff. Assisting him is the Director of Student Ministries, Julene Tegerstrand.
This office is led by Fred Fullerton as the University's point-person with the Church of the Nazarene on the Northwest Educational Region, encompassing some 400 local congregations.
Wesley Center Online
The Wesley Center Online is a collection of historical and scholarly resources about the Wesleyan Tradition, theology, Christianity and the Nazarene church.
About the NNU Wesley Center
At his inauguration, President David Alexander announced the creation of The NNU Wesley Center. This is a reflection of his vision for discipleship across the University's campus and curriculum, and in the Northwest Educational Region. The Center is housed on the main floor of Williams Hall. Under the direction of Vice President for Spiritual & Leadership Development, Dr. Fred Fullerton, the organization manages three offices: the Office of Spiritual Formation, the Office of Congregational Development and the Wesley Center for Applied Theology Online. This is soon to include a fourth pillar; the newly formed Office of Servant Leadership is in the development stage.
As one of eight U.S. liberal arts colleges affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene, NNU receives financial assistance from the Nazarene churches in its region.
NNU is the college for the Northwest Region of the United States, which comprises the Alaska, Washington Pacific, Oregon Pacific, Northwest, Intermountain, Rocky Mountain, and Colorado districts, which include Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and parts of Nevada and Utah.