During the application process, international students are asked to submit financial resources documentation that can include personal funds, family support, U.S. sponsor support, and other scholarships or educational funding resources.
Because international students are not eligible to access United States federal or state funding to attend college here, North Park University offers International Student Grants to international traditional undergraduates who are admitted to the University. The amount of these grants will be reflected in the financial aid package you receive from the University.
You may also be eligible to apply for talent-based scholarships in music (audition required), art, theatre, or journalism. If you intend to seek a career teaching history at the secondary or university level, you may apply for the Virginia E. Hahn Memorial Scholarship. Learn more about these opportunities using the links below.
At North Park, financial aid for international students is designed to assist students in covering the costs of living on campus. In accordance with University housing policy, students who move off campus will have their financial aid reduced by $2,500 per year.
To learn more, contact the International Office.
This endowed scholarship is designated for first-year students who intend to teach history at the secondary or university level. It is worth at least $5,000 per year. Learn more about the Hahn Scholarship.
North Park University may award you for your exceptional ability in music, art, theatre, journalism, media production, cheer, dance, or step. Learn more about talent-based scholarships.