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Financial Aid and Tuition

Scholarships and Aid

North Park University is home to students from a wide range of social and economic backgrounds. Of students attending North Park who completed a FAFSA, family income ranges from less than $20,000 per year to more than $140,000 per year—but most families fall in the middle and lower ends of that graph. As a result, we strive to serve different family incomes and financial situations on an individual basis, so that they are able to afford the college education their student desires.

We provide many options to assist you and your family in financing your education at North Park University. Financial aid packages are based on both merit and need criteria. Learn more about the range of financial aid options we offer.


Both academic achievements and exceptional abilities are recognized through merit- and talent-based scholarships that do not need to be repaid.

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These need-based awards are funded from a range of sources and are gift aid that do not need to be paid back.

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Student Loans

Federal student loans can be borrowed in students’ or parents’ names and must be repaid, through generally at a significantly lower interest rate than other private loans. Learn more about student loans.

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This government-funded campus employment program is available to students who demonstrate financial need.

Learn more about the work-study program


Students participating in the ROTC program may be eligible for both Army and North Park scholarships to assist with the costs of attending college.

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Benefits for Veterans

Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, or their dependents, may qualify for VA benefits to cover some or all of your college costs.

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International Students

North Park offers Foreign Student Grants, and international students may also apply for other scholarship opportunities.

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