While Northrop University at Inglewood (NUI) consistently draws both the most talented aeronautical students from around the globe, and faculty members who produce scholarly and creative work that changes our world, we remain fully committed to the communities that surround us in Los Angeles.
At the heart of our mission is a longstanding dedication to our local neighborhoods, a solid commitment to nurturing bonds that remain mutually beneficial.
Perhaps no effort reflects this more strongly than our Learning and Development Program (LADP). This vibrant program supports students and their families with educational and career development services. Beginning in sixth grade, LADP students come to NUI for seven full years of accelerated classes, Saturday schooling, and college counseling. Those who meet NUI’s competitive admissions requirements receive full financial support for their undergraduate education. This initiative has become a model for other neighboring universities’ programs
“NUI and its surrounding neighborhoods stand up together, building bonds and partnerships that benefit everyone for generations.”
We believe these lasting relationships will strengthen the economic health, sustainability, and stability of our surrounding neighborhoods, while following the trajectory of so many other exceptional NUI initiatives.
These singular programs reflect the spirit of the NUI community. Time and again, as the Northrop Gruman Family extends its embrace beyond our campus, NUI and its surrounding neighborhoods stand up together, building bonds and partnerships that benefit everyone for generations.