Tuition and Cost of Attendance
The total cost of earning an undergraduate or graduate degree can vary widely between schools, and even among students at the same school. North Park University determines tuition and fees by school and program. In addition to these billed costs, the cost of your attendance depends on where you live, how you get your class books and materials, transportation, and other personal expenses.
When determining financial aid awards for traditional undergraduate students, we compute an average cost of attendance that includes an additional $3,000 to $4,000 per academic year beyond tuition, room, and board. These additional costs of attendance do not appear on your bill.
For graduate and degree-completion program students, your cost of attendance will also include books and course materials, transportation, and housing on top of the tuition and fees that North Park will bill to you.
Choose your anticipated program to learn more about the costs you will encounter to earn a degree from North Park University:
- Undergraduate Programs (traditional first-year, transfer, and international students)
- Undergraduate School of Professional Studies (bachelor’s degree-completion for adults)
- RN-to-BSN Degree-Completion Program
- Graduate School of Business and Nonprofit Management
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Graduate School of Education
- Graduate School of Music
- Graduate School of Nursing and Health Sciences
- North Park Theological Seminary