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Transfer Advisors

North Park University is happy to work with transfer advisors at community colleges and other preparatory programs to help students complete their bachelor’s degrees. We have an active transfer student community, both commuter and resident students, and appreciate the experience they bring to North Park. We have staff in both the admissions and academic services departments who specialize in working with transfer students, making sure they get all the information they need to make a smooth transition.

Please use the resources we’ve highlighted below—along with the rest of the website—to assist your students as they are looking for a university at which to complete their bachelor’s degrees. We’re ready to welcome transfer students to our community.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if we can provide you with more details or help arrange a campus visit for you or your students.

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Transfer Credit

We're committed to making your students' move to North Park smooth and seamless. We accept credit from both two- and four-year colleges and universities, and maintain transfer agreements with many Chicagoland community colleges. Review North Park University’s transfer credit guidelines.

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Campus Life

Located in Chicago, we take our urban setting seriously, asking our faculty and students to find ways to engage the city in their learning. We also encourage students to explore their values and faith in the classroom and through a wide range of student activities, welcoming all voices to the conversation. Learn more about our campus and community life.

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Applying for Admission

Any student with at least 12 hours of transferable credit (with a 2.5 GPA) is considered a North Park transfer applicant. Learn more about admission requirements, and the application process.

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Scholarships and Tuition

North Park is committed to keeping college affordable and providing a great value for students’ investments. More than 90 percent of North Park students receive financial aid, including scholarships, grants, work study, and loans. We offer specific scholarships to transfer students, and will work one-on-one with each student to address financial need.

Important Dates

Visit North Park

Students are welcome to visit our campus at any point in their college search process, whether on a personalized, individual visit or as part of a special visit event. Transfer students are invited to our special All Access Day events, where they can complete a number of admission and registration tasks at one time.

Non-Degree-Seeking Students

Request More Information

We’re happy to share more information with you and your students. Let us know what you need by contacting the Admissions Office. You can also recommend a specific student.