Transfer Registration Day is an exclusive registration event for transfer students of all ages who’ve been admitted to North Park. You will be able to register for classes with the help of faculty and academic advisors, meet current students and future classmates, and get a head start on preparing for college.
The June 25 Transfer Registration Day event will feature special sessions for those students interested in pursuing a Business major.
Admitted transfer students are expected to attend a Transfer Registration Day event. For those students who cannot attend the June Transfer Registration Day, there are other registration events available:
You will need to pay your tuition deposit (refundable until May 1) before attending one of the Registration Day events. This signifies that you intend to come to North Park in the fall and starts the process of activating your North Park Network Account, including a North Park student email address. This is required in order to register for classes and receive important information throughout the spring and summer as you continue to prepare for the fall. Registration Day is a full-day event, and you must attend the entire day in order to get your course schedule.
We are happy to provide directions to campus and if needed, we can assist you and your family in arranging transportation from an airport, bus, or train terminal to North Park’s campus.
You may park in our visitor parking lot at the corner of Foster and Kedzie Avenues. No visitor parking passes are needed for the event. Download a campus map with designated parking areas.
There will not be on-campus housing overnight available for this event. There are a number of hotels in the nearby area as well as downtown Chicago. Accommodations must be made directly with the hotels. Your hotel may be able to offer transportation options to and from campus, so be sure to ask. Otherwise, a vast array of car rental agencies have offices at O’Hare and Midway Airports.
In addition, we can recommend a number of excellent restaurants, both in the North Park area and around the city.