Choosing a college to attend is often a family decision. Students will rely on their parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and more for advice as they look for the college or university that will be a good fit for their goals and personality.
We are glad to welcome families along with our new students. The support you can offer is critical to their success in the classroom and in community life. We’ll encourage you to visit our campus, attend concerts or worship services, and stay connected through newsletter and prayer updates. We look forward to being partners with you in your student’s education.
We’ve put together a few resources and tips to help you think about college choices and plans with your young high school student. Learn more about important academic, extracurricular, and financial topics to consider well before the application process begins.
Making College Affordable
At North Park University, our long-standing commitment to keeping college affordable is part of who we are. We want you to know that if you and your student choose to make your college investment with us, you’ll get a quality academic and community experience at the best price we can offer. Learn more about scholarships and tuition for undergraduate students.
North Park’s campus in Chicago combines the best of the bustling urban environment with all the resources you’d expect at a university. We also encourage our students take advantage of our neighborhood and city to learn about the value of diverse communities, explore faith, and discover their places as global citizens.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to the common questions we hear from parents like you.
Request More Information
If your student is a good fit for North Park University, please tell us more about them through our online referral form so we can begin sending information about our programs, visit opportunities, and special events. You can also provide or update your own contact information so you don’t miss out on any emails or important information we share with parents of our future students.