Paying for College
It’s not too early for you and your family to start thinking about paying for college. No matter where you go, it will be a substantial investment of time, money, and energy, and we want you to find the best value you can for your investment.
North Park University is committed to keeping college affordable, and we’ll work to give you the best financial aid package we can. But we know it can still sometimes be a stretch. If you begin planning early, you and your family can develop a way to make your dream college a financial reality. Some steps you can think about are:
- A college savings plan
Researching independent scholarship options from places like:
Using the Net Price Calculator available from most colleges and universities to get an idea of what financial aid packages you might receive. You can use these calculators over and over, inputting possible test scores and other information that might change, to see how you can qualify for different scholarship or grant levels.
Resources for Possible Tax Benefits
Many students and their parents will qualify for education-related tax benefits. While North Park University does not provide personal tax advice, here are some resources from the IRS which may be beneficial.
Your recruiter (at any college) will also be a good resource for you and your family to talk with about the various options for scholarships, grants, and loans that may be available. Request more information from North Park University today to start a relationship with a recruiter who can answer your questions.