Learn more about the vibrant communities that National University calls home.
National University is proud to call the Village of Lombard home to its Illinois campus. Take time and explore all the fun events, historical sites, parks, shopping, and unique opportunities offered in our "Lilac Village" and the surrounding area. Here are some community links to get you started!
Lombard has a unique character reflected in the restaurants, pubs, boutiques, and shopping opportunities in its downtown and Main Street areas.
Convention and Visitors Bureau
Here's a great resource for attractions, events and family activities in the surrounding area.
Village of Lombard
Lombard's local government agencies are responsive and committed to providing a safe and enjoyable community.
At National University, you are just a short walk or bike ride from several local parks, athletic fields and recreational facilities managed by the Lombard Park District.
Dupage County Human
Services Directory (PDF)
There are numerous social and family service agencies in our area providing free or low cost resources to meet a variety of needs.
At National University's Florida site, you'll enjoy more than just sunshine! St. Petersburg offers lots to do and see, and there's even more to explore in nearby Tampa. Here are some links to help you plan a great visit or study break!
Petersburg Chamber of Commerce
St. Petersburg is a mid-size city with many restaurants, galleries, shopping opportunities, and activities.
St. Petersburg-Clearwater Area Convention and
Clearwater and St. Petersburg offer a variety of events and attractions, which make it not only a fun place to vacation, but an enjoyable place to live.
Did you know that this St. Petersburg collection of the works of Salvador Dali is visited by over 200,000 people each year from around the world?
City of Tampa Visitors Guide
From St. Petersburg, you're just a few minutes drive over a scenic causeway to all the attractions of Tampa!
Take a day trip to Disney World, the Everglades, or explore the many different communities within minutes of St. Petersburg.
Photo of St. Petersburg Marina by NUHS student Andrea Otken