Viewbooks and websites can only show you a glimpse of university life. To tell if a university is right for you, a campus visit is in order. Only through a visit can you experience praise and worship in chapel, or the dialogue of an intellectually stimulating class. You can also take a tour and meet with counselors from Admissions and Financial Aid. A campus visit to Northwest University will give you the tools to make an educated decision.
Sign up today for your visit and earn a $500 Visit Scholarship for visiting campus.*
We invite you to attend our campus preview day, Northwest Friday. During the school year, we offer Northwest Fridays once a month September through April. The schedule includes a class visit, chapel, a tour, lunch, a financial aid seminar and an opportunity to talk with professors at the faculty dessert. The next Northwest Friday will be on January 22, 2016. More information and registration »
Incoming students that have recognized talent in music (instrumental or vocal) are invited to audition for talent scholarships. Students interested in a talent scholarship must audition live in front of NU faculty members to be eligible. The next Talent Audition will be on January 22, 2016. More information and registration »
Come learn about the School of Nursing at Northwest University. You will have the opportunity to meet our nursing faculty and tour our new state-of-the-art Health and Sciences Center. Admissions and Financial Aid representatives will be available to answer your questions and help you with the application process. The next Nursing Information Session will be on January 11, 2016. More information and registration »
If you cannot make it to one of the events above, we will be happy to schedule a personalized visit tailored to your needs. More information and registration »
*If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior in high school, visit us before February 15th of your senior year to receive a $500 visit scholarship. For transfer students, visit us before February 15th for the fall semester or before November 1st for the spring semester. In order to receive the $500 visit scholarship, the new traditional undergraduate student must schedule and attend a campus visit with the Office of Admissions, apply for admission, and enroll at Northwest University. The scholarship awards $250 per semester for the first two consecutive semesters attended. Only one NU Visit Scholarship is available per person.