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Working at NKU
Our NKU campus contact center is located in Campbell hall, on the north side of campus off Campbell Drive. NKU students have the opportunity to work part-time hours right on campus, making it easier to work and attend class.
Fun Facts about Norse Nation
- Named among "America's Top Colleges" by Forbes magazine for eight consecutive years
- Among the most military-friendly colleges in America, according to The Military Times
- Boasts six colleges, including Chase College of Law, as well as 17 Division 1 NCAA athletic programs
- The Norse mascot is Victor E. Viking, who became an instant fan favorite when he was first introduced in 2005. He was voted the Atlantic Sun Conference Most Valuable Mascot during NKU's first year in NCAA Division I (2012-13). Victor poses for pictures, interacts with the crowd, and cheers on the Norse at athletic events. He is also very popular in the Northern Kentucky community and makes appearances at various events throughout the year.
About Northern Kentucky University
Northern Kentucky University is a major metropolitan university enrolling 14,000 associate, undergraduate, graduate, professional, and doctoral students in six colleges - the College of Arts and Sciences, the Haile/US Bank College of Business, the College of Education and Human Services, the College of Health Professions, the College of Informatics, and the Chase College of Law. Located just 7 minutes south of downtown Cincinnati, NKU's innovative academic programs and strong commitment to student success both in the classroom and beyond have helped the university earn the designation of one of America's Best Colleges by Forbes magazine for eight consecutive years.