1999 – 2001 Online Catalog
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This On-line Catalog is an electronic version of Northland Pioneer College’s latest official catalog, the 1999–2001 Edition. Changes approved by the District Governing Board since its publication ARE NOT reflected in this on-line catalog.
Check with an Academic Advisor for program changes or additions. This on-line version provides information about
Northland Pioneer College, Student Services, Learning Services, Course Descriptions, and Faculty and Staff
and was current at the time of publication.
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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
MUSIC AND THEATRE

For those students with vocal or instrumental music interest, Northland sponsors a special Swing Choir, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Community Orchestra and Community Concert Band. The choirs and bands perform at many College and community functions throughout the year. The instrumental program consists of a Jazz Ensemble and Concert Band. The Jazz Ensemble performs throughout the state at contests and special events. The Concert Band presents a concert each semester as well as touring in the spring semester.

The Theatre program sponsors two productions a year for students and people in the community. Traditionally, the fall show is a Broadway-style musical. The spring show is usually a traditional stage play, performed in Snowflake. Auditions for the shows are conducted at the beginning of each semester.

HONORARY SOCIETY: PHI THETA KAPPA

Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society which is open to students who are committed to academic excellence. Selected students are asked to apply for membership each semester.

PRESIDENT'S SCHOLARS PROGRAM

The President's Scholars Program provides educational enrichment opportunities and scholarship incentives for academically superior students. This excellent opportunity includes a one-credit colloquia each semester. Scholars participate in activities to broaden intellectual horizons, become more aware of Southwest history and culture and explore communications skills through interaction with other students. Participants will travel to off-campus locations throughout the Southwest to study subjects of interest and concern. Scholarships, which include tuition, books and travel, are awarded for those who are admitted.

 

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