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Financial Aid and Tuition

Helpful Resources and Outside Scholarships

Resources for Possible Tax Benefits

Many North Park students and their parents will qualify for education-related tax benefits. While North Park University does not provide personal tax advice, here are some resources from the IRS which may be beneficial:

The American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) has been extended through December 2017. At this time, the maximum tax credit is $2,500 per student. To take advantage of this credit, complete tax Form 8863 and include with your 1040 tax filing. There are certain income limits and other stipulations, so please consult the IRS and/or your tax professional if you need assistance.

Outside Scholarships

The Financial Aid Office is often notified of scholarship opportunities outside of North Park University aid.

You can find a list of those scholarships below as well as some helpful resources when searching for scholarships. We do not recommend applying for any scholarships that require a fee.

If you are selected to receive a scholarship, please have the funds, including your full name and ID number, sent to the following address:

North Park University
Financial Aid
3225 W Foster Ave, Box 9
Chicago, IL 60625

Scholarship funds are due to North Park University for the fall semester by October 1 and by March 1 for the spring semester.

General Resources:

Please note that North Park University is not affiliated with any of the scholarships listed below and this is not an exhaustive list of all available outside scholarships.

Varsity Tutors Monthly Scholarship: Scholarship of $1,000 offered monthly to students who write an essay in response to a prompt from their website. Deadline: 15th of each month

Giva Semi-Annual Student Scholarship and Worldwide Community Ambassador Award: Giva awards $1000 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who write an essay in response to a prompt from their website. Deadline: June 1

National Institutes of Health (NIH):The NIH UGSP will pay up to $20,000 per academic year in tuition, educational expenses, and reasonable living expenses to scholarship recipients. Deadline: April 3