The Northwestern University Political Union (NUPU) is a community of students united by their common interest in discussion of political and global affairs. Bringing together students of various backgrounds, ideologies, and political persuasions, the Political Union aims to foster a revival of intellectualism, sincerity, and sophistication in Northwestern’s campus political discourse.
The Kellogg School of Management is the official business school of Northwestern University, offering MBA, EMBA, doctoral, and MS programs. The school also offers undergraduate certificate programs in Financial Economics and Managerial Analytics.
Located on the Evanston campus, Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering has eight academic departments, more than two dozen interdisciplinary research centers and institutes, a range of state-of-the-art facilities, and nationally recognized, award-winning faculty.
Medill, a leader in education since 1921, offers programs in journalism and integrated marketing communications that combine enduring skills and values with new techniques and knowledge that are essential to thrive in today's digital world.
Medill has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence. As the media industry experiences unprecedented change, Medill leads the way. We are training a new generation of multimedia journalists and integrated marketing communications professionals who are not only thriving in this evolving media landscape but also helping to shape it.
At Weinberg College, we prepare our students to lead lives of significance—whole lives well-lived through which our graduates realize their fullest human potential. Such lives are characterized by intellectual curiosity, professional success, a commitment to social justice and equity, and a love of life-long learning.
As graduates of Northwestern University’s largest and most diverse undergraduate school, Weinberg alumni pursue careers as varied as entrepreneurs, actors, physicians, playwrights, scientists, lawyers, scholars, social activists and executives—in other words, individuals who excel in the creative arts as well as in academic, for-profit, not-for-profit and government enterprises.Back to top