Admissions

Requirements


Northwest Undergrad

Post-Admission Requirements

Requirements

After the student is admitted, the following items are necessary to transition into the University.

  • Confirmation Form & Deposit ($100)
  • Health Forms (Registration Process)
  • Housing Form & Deposit - for students planning to reside on campus ($300)
  • Proof of International Medical Insurance - International student only

Any questions should be addressed to the Admissions Office.

Confirmation Deposit

An enrollment confirmation deposit must be submitted by all students accepted for admission. Residence hall students must submit an additional deposit to hold a room. The priority deadline for deposits is May 1st for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester. Deposits and confirmations of enrollment plans should be submitted as early as possible. Deposits for fall semester enrollment are refundable or deferrable to a future semester upon written notice of cancellation or deferral received by July 15. Those canceling for the spring semester must give written notice of cancellation or deferral by December 15 to receive a refund or to defer the deposit to a future semester. Thereafter refunds are granted only for reasons of extreme illness or emergency, as verified by the Admissions Office.

Summer Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR)

During a SOAR day, you will meet with an advisor, get to know other incoming students, learn about student resources, and register for your first semester classes. SOAR days are designed to prepare you for Student Orientation and to connect you with the Northwest University community—before you arrive in late August. Sign-up for a SOAR day now »

Health Forms

Approved applicants are to complete and return certain health forms: an emergency authorization form is to be completed in all cases and submitted along with a medical history report. The University reserves the right to require a medical report from the applicant’s physician where questions about physical or mental health emerge.