For over 60 years, Northwood University has prepared students to develop into future leaders of a global free-enterprise society. The university began with a visionary idea — The Northwood Idea — where the teaching of management led the way and brought free-enterprise society learnings to the classroom. With various accreditations and approvals, the university serves to provide the highest standard of educational excellence possible.
The Northwood student body is very diverse with a large international presence. Students have a multitude of academic, sports, honors, Greek Life, and volunteering activities, and student organizations to become involved in. Northwood University educates managers and entrepreneurs who are highly skilled and ethical leaders. With over 65,000 alumni and a vibrant future ahead, The Northwood Idea is thriving.
The life lessons taught at Northwood University also extend to the Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management. A focus on practical learning — The DeVos Difference — empowers students to apply their knowledge right away. The DeVos Graduate School of Management promotes a unique, student-centered learning model and aims to develop critical thinking skills through problem solving and collaboration.