At minimum, all prospective students are recommended to meet these admission standards for grade point average (GPA) and standardized test scores:
|Cumulative high school GPA||2.75 (unweighted)|
|Cumulative college GPA (transfer students)||2.5 (based on 12 or more transferable credits)|
North Park’s ACT code is 1098
North Park’s SAT code is 1556
First-year students who do not meet the minimum requirements above may need to provide additional information such as an interview and/or be considered for provisional admission. Transfer students with a 2.00 – 2.49 may require additional information such as an interview to be considered for admission. International students must also meet additional requirements for acceptance.
North Park University takes a lot of information into account when evaluating your application. In addition to your academic achievement as demonstrated through your ACT/SAT scores and transcripts, we will consider the following:
- Your high school attendance record
- A personal essay that you submit with your application, describing why you are interested in attending North Park University and why you believe you would be a good fit here (up to 500 words)
- Activities and involvements that reflect your initiative, leadership, personal character, and values
- Recommendations from your teachers, community leaders, pastors, etc.
North Park University does not discriminate with regard to race, creed, or religion; national origin, sex, age, disability, or color in admission to educational programs. Learn more.