Transfer Scholarships and Financial Aid
More than 90 percent of North Park students receive financial aid, including scholarships, grants, work study, and loans
- Regular academic scholarships are awarded automatically and don't require a separate application
- Grants are awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by your FAFSA
- Many students receive both a scholarship and either a North Park, federal, or state grant
Please note that scholarship and grant amounts may vary between academic years. The awards that are available during the year that you begin studies at North Park are the award amounts you will receive for the duration of your studies, as long as you maintain eligibility for the awards.
Planning for 2014–2015
Annual tuition for full-time undergraduates at North Park will be $24,540 for the 2014–2015 academic year. This is an all-inclusive cost—students are not assessed any additional universal fees. On-campus, double-occupancy living expenses with a 15-meal package will be $8,220.
2014–2015 Transfer Scholarships
Transfer students may qualify for one or more academic scholarships totaling up to $8,500 annually. Academic scholarships are merit awards given by North Park University based on your academic performance at your previous institution. These scholarships require no additional application. You will be notified by the Office of Admission if you qualify for one of these awards.
Platinum Scholarship — $7,000 per year
Awarded to students with a 3.5 (out of 4.0) transferable GPA.
Gold Scholarship — $5,500 per year
Awarded to students with a 3.0 (out of 4.0) transferable GPA.
Silver Scholarship — $4,000 per year
Awarded to students with a 2.75 (out of 4.0) transferable GPA.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship — $1,500 per year
This award is given to members of Phi Theta Kappa with a 3.5 (out of 4.0) GPA and can be combined with the Platinum scholarship. Proof of membership must be submitted to the Office of Admission.
Church Matching Grant and Covenant Transfer Grant
North Park will match a church grant or scholarship given to North Park in the name of a student for up to $500 per academic year. Students who participate in the ministry of an Evangelical Covenant Church congregation can also qualify for a Covenant Transfer Grant. See further details.
2014–2015 Second-Degree Scholarships
Students who come to North Park to complete a second bachelor's degree, including our post-bachelor's medical studies program, may qualify for the following scholarships:
Medical Studies Post-Baccalaureate Scholarship — $5,500 per year
This award is for students who have already received a bachelor's degree with a minimum college GPA of 3.2 (out of 4.0) and have been accepted into the medical studies post-baccalaureate program. Students must be enrolled full-time to receive this scholarship.
Transfer Second-Degree Scholarship — $4,000 per year
Awarded to students who have already received a bachelor's degree with a minimum college GPA of 2.75 (out of 4.0). Students must be enrolled full-time to receive this scholarship.