Calling is so much more than a job or career – it’s about living into who God has called you to be. The PLNU undergraduate experience provides unique opportunities for you to engage, expand your mind, and lean into this journey of growth and exploration. Browse the resources here and learn more about our bachelor’s degrees, minors, and concentrations, as well as what it means to be a PLNU student.
There are many things to think about when navigating the college transfer process as a student. Follow this transfer guide to help maximize your experience!
Life after college can seem overwhelming or uncertain but it doesn't have to stay that way. Read about how you can prepare yourself for the job search and learn how to market the skills you have to potential employers.
Warren Bartolome, a past LinkedIn Data Scientist and current hiring manager at Apple, provides tips and tricks to optimize your LinkedIn profile.
How serious is the issue of sleep deprivation? Is working or studying until 3 a.m. a badge of honor or a mistake?
While this season may look different, there's still a ton of opportunities in San Diego (and close to PLNU) to enjoy yourself and engage in adventures all year long.
Whether you're a high school student looking for more glimpses into what life is like at PLNU, or a current student seeking new places and opportunities to connect and participate, begin the process by following one (or all ten) of these PLNU Instagram accounts.
If you are a Point Loma Nazarene University student, faculty member, or staff person working or studying offsite, use this guide to make your research life easier – and more effective.
The total number of internships a student completes as an undergraduate is a major predictor of positive career outcomes six months after graduation.
Learn about the types of skills that a company like Google focuses on for recruitment and hiring and what that means for a liberal arts major. And along the way break down some common misconceptions that exist between a liberal arts degree path and sustainable career options.
Building relationships doesn't have to be done face-to-face. In fact, we are currently in a time where there are more opportunities to connect virtually than ever before. Learn some simple, intentional, and (dare we say it) fun ways to engage with others and grow relationships with only screens at our disposal.