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Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies 2019 Financial Aid

Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

 

$18,426

Cost of Attendance

$11,056

Potential Cost

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

$18,426

Cost of Attendance

$11,056

Potential Cost

How FRANK can help you

afford Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

How FRANK can help you afford Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

Easy FAFSA® Filing

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Aid Negotiation

You may qualify for a discounted tuition. If you have an aid award that is not meeting your needs, you may be qualified and we can help!

Everything you need to know

about Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

Everything you need to know about Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

  • Private

    Private

  • Suburban

    Suburban

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Looking for a good option to pursue your educational dreams in Kirkland, WA? Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies has you covered. With all the things you’d find in the Far West region of the United States, you’ll surely be satisfied along with the 613 other undergraduates that attend this school. 27% of entering students are first-time, full-time students. This means this school may be a good fit for non-traditional students looking to transfer in or take part time classes.

Funding your future

Costs & financial aid at Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

The full cost of attendance at Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies is $18,426. To help pay for it:

Apply for Financial Aid

Wondering how many students submitted a FAFSA®? Wonder no more: look up.

Got a Pell Grant

Pell Grants are free money for school from the government. You do NOT have to pay this money back!

Get a Federal Loan

You can usually get a sense of how expensive a school is based on how many students take out loans.

Cost of Attendance includes the estimated cost of necessities (textbooks, supplies, etc.) that help you thrive during your educational journey. Remember to be prepared for the expense.

What you need to know

When you apply to Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies

Quick Fact #1quick fact #1You can apply year round to this school… it’s always in session!
Quick Fact #2quick fact #2This school has open admission! That means that you can apply without an SAT or ACT score. All you need is your high school diploma or GED to apply.
Fun Fact #1fun fact #1If you’re planning to go here part-time, 35% of other undergrad students attending this school are doing the same thing. Compare that to 65% of undergrad students going full-time.
Fun Fact #2fun fact #2Dreaming of what it’s like to be 25? Wishing you could go back to being 25? Well, you’re in luck because that’s the average age here.

Graduation Outcomes

Your future by the numbers

$53,802

Average Salary After Attending

 

$20,500

Average Federal Student Loan Debt

 

$218

Typical Monthly Loan Payment

 

Need money for Northwest University-College of Adult and Professional Studies?

The first step in funding your future is filing your FAFSA®. Have you done it? If not, we don’t blame ya — it can be tough. But we’re here to help!

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