North Park has served five generations of students and continues to grow in diversity, academic relevance, and Christian commitment. Our Chicago location is a great asset that reflects the School’s global reach and outlook.
After 125 years, we’ve learned how to streamline the process of helping qualified applicants seek admission to North Park and find affordable ways to attend. If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, please contact us directly!
North Park offers more than 40 graduate and undergraduate programs in liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies. Classes average 17 students. 84% of our faculty have terminal degrees. Academics here are rigorous and results-oriented.
North Park Theological Seminary prepares you to answer the call to service through theological study, spiritual development, and the formative experiences of living in a community with others on a similar life path.
Thanks to mentoring, internships, and a professional development program that begins the first day you arrive on campus, 88% of NPU grads are employed in the fields of their choice or pursuing higher degrees.
“I left India when I was 17 to start college. Initially, it was hard to be away from home, but I was intentional about becoming involved with the campus community. As an international student, I don’t have family here, but North Park has become a family to me.”
Two years after they shared their stories for the #125Stories blog, three graduating seniors tell us where they are at now and what they will remember from their time at North Park.
Carmen Velazquez-Alvarez C’16, conflict transformation studies alumna, shares why she chose North Park.
“For a while, I was dead-set on moving away. Then I visited North Park as a prospective student. That was when I realized that I could make my own experience here and do my own thing.”
Kathleen Dillion C’11, English literature alumna, shares about growing into her professional life and giving back to her community.
North Park student Joshua Crozier shares his first-hand experience at CHIC, the national gathering of Covenant high school students.
As University Dean, Dr. Liza Ann Acosta’s hope is to facilitate the work of faculty development—with a student body comprised of a diverse population and mirrored by a diverse faculty.
Jorge Oritz C’17, economics alumnus, shares about his experiences at North Park.
Jonathan Almer C’91, utilizes both his liberal arts and physics education in research involving a 1,800-year-old mummy.
North Park student Gigi Santos shares her first-hand experience at CHIC, the national gathering of Covenant high school students.
Katie Brehmer C’17, art education student, shares about her North Park experience.
North Park Senior Renee Baker is nominated for the prestigious Glenn T. Seaborg Science Scholarship after completing an internship with NASA.
Professor of Biblical & Theological studies Boaz Johnson shares his first-hand experience at CHIC, the national gathering of Covenant high school students.
Dwight Perry has been called to be the new dean of faculty at North Park Theological Seminary.
Named to the 2017 Consulting-Specifying Engineer 40 Under 40 list.
Tim Ahlberg C’13, a business and economics alumnus, shares why he chose North Park.
Hannah Hawkinson C’17, a biblical and theological studies major, shares about her experience at North Park.
Three students share how getting involved on campus has shaped their experience at North Park University.
Michelle Dodson C’03, biblical and theological studies alumna, shares why she chose North Park.