To help limit COVID-19 risk to our prospective students and community, North Park University has suspended on-campus visits and in-person admissions events until further notice. We understand that experiencing our campus is a critical part of your college decision, and would like to extend as many online resource options to you as possible. Please see our Visit Page to learn about virtual visit options and other available resources.
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Easy Credit Transfer.
Get the most out of your credits.
An option for everyone.
There are two pathways to transfer to North Park. Some choose to transfer in as a traditional undergraduate student in one of our 40+ programs in any of our five undergraduate colleges and schools. Others choose to transfer in as a degree-completion student in our School of Professional Studies.
Transfer Student Resources
Transfer students have a lot of information to wade through as they transition to a new school. We have tools to help you understand your evaluation of transfer credits, answers to frequently asked questions, and more to help you adjust to life at North Park.
We accept transfer credits from both two- and four-year colleges and universities, and have specific transfer agreements with many community colleges in the Chicago area. You can transfer up to 90 semester hours of credit to North Park University.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
North Park University offers academic scholarships for transfer students and you can apply for any talent-based scholarships for which you qualify. North Park is committed to making college an affordable and valuable choice.
Transfer students at North Park are both commuters and on-campus residents. But no matter where you live, you can find ways to get involved in our campus life and extracurricular activities, from sports to French club and everything in between.