Benefits and Resources
Please visit our Keep in Touch page to send us updated contact information and personal news. We are glad to publish news about births, marriages, weddings, obituaries, graduations or professional attainments in the North Parker magazine. Announcements and hi-resolution photos may be submitted by email to the Alumni Relations Office. Correspondence may also be mailed to: Alumni Relations Office, North Park University, 3225 W. Foster Ave. Box 37, Chicago, IL 60625.
Alumni ID Cards
North Park does not offer ID Cards. In cases where an alum needs to show proof of alumni status, such as insurance company requests, please contact the Office of Student Administrative Services.
Visit the North Park bookstore online and find lots of items that will help you sport your North Park pride.
In order to get your transcript, you must submit a transcript request to Student Administrative Services. Student accounts must be up-to-date before transcripts can be released
Diplomas are ordered after commencement when all final grades have been submitted. Orders cannot be placed in advance and they are mailed out 8-10 weeks after graduation. Before a diploma can be ordered, all administrative issues must be resolved, student accounts must be up-to-date, and the student must be officially graduated. Diplomas are not kept on file and additional copies can be ordered at a cost of $35 directly from Student Administrative Services by email or by phone at (773) 244-5560.
Continue Your North Park Education
All new graduate students who earned an undergraduate degree at North Park University can return for continued coursework with a 20 percent tuition reduction. New post-bachelor’s teacher certification students who received an undergraduate degree at North Park can also take advantage of this tuition reduction.
This grant may be used toward one course or a full program, for in-person or online courses. Explore the many options for continuing your education at North Park.
Access to Brandel Library
Alumni are eligible for library cards allowing them to check out materials from Brandel Library. Note: Interlibrary loan service, media services, and computer lab use is limited to current faculty, staff, and students.
North Park alumni can now access ATLASerials® (ATLAS®), an online collection of more than 140 religion and theology journals dating back to 1924. This database provides more than 266,900 articles, book reviews, and 130 journals in PDF format allowing keyword proximity and citation set searches. Available titles include the Journal of Biblical Literature, Interpretation, Journal of Youth Ministry, Church History, and the Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling.
For more information or to receive your username and password please contact the Brandel Library.