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Note: If you would like to apply for Traditional Daytime Programs, please visit Undergraduate Admissions.


Application Process

Step 1: Fill Out Application Forms

  1. Associate or Bachelor Degrees


  2. Certificate in Ministry Leadership


  3. Certificate in Christian Faith and Practice


  4. Re-entry Student

Step 2: Apply For Financial Aid

Complete your federally provided Free Application For Federal Student Aid online. Also known as the "FAFSA." You will need to secure a 4-digit Federal Personal ID Number with which to sign your completed online application. Dependent students must secure a PIN for themselves and a PIN for one parent. There is a practice work sheet available at the web site to help you anticipate the nature of the data that may be required on the FAFSA. Do not mail your practice work sheet to NU, as it cannot be processed.

Our school code is: 003783. Tips on completing the FAFSA »

If you are a veteran, please contact our VA Coordinator at 425.889.5263 for information about military educational benefits. Veterans are encouraged to file a FAFSA, as financial aid from the U.S. Dept. of Education in no way reduces or negates veterans benefits for which the veteran qualifies.

Current School Year: Spring applicants are advised to select the correct school year tab with care at the FAFSA web site. Spring Terms are considered to be the trailing semester of the current school year. Fall Terms mark the start of the new school year.

Students who desire a timely receipt of an offer of financial aid are advised to apply at least four weeks in advance of the term start of classes. Sometimes, additional federal documents must be provided to the school to facilitate an offer of financial aid. Therefore, late filers must anticipate a possible delay in processing due to additional documents that may need gathered.

After you have been approved for admission, your NU Financial Aid Application is submitted, and your FAFSA results download to NU, your financial aid eligibility will be determined. An offer of financial aid will be formally mailed as well in most cases. Where time is of the essence, an electronic award letter will be generated for student review and acceptance.

Your offer of aid may include need-based grants and scholarships as well as self-help financial aid through guaranteed Stafford loans and work study programs.

Submittal of all required paperwork, including responding to your award letter in a timely manner, is required to secure aid in time for a scheduled term disbursement of aid. All funds, including Stafford loans, are electronically transmitted to Northwest University and applied directly to your applicable charges for tuition and fees.

Questions about this step can be directed to the appropriate financial aid counselor at: 425.889.7791 or by email to: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Step 3: Send Your Transcripts

Order official academic transcripts from all your previous college(s) and have them sent directly to:

College of Adult & Professional Studies
Northwest University
P.O. Box 579
Kirkland, WA 98083-0579

Note: Northwest University requires official transcripts of all colleges and universities you have attended, regardless of academic status and/or degree/certificate/completion factors.

If you have served in the military please send us official transcripts as well as your DD-214 and AARTS/SMARTS.

Any questions about this step can also be directed to the College of Adult & Professional Studies Enrollment Office at 425.889.7799.

Step 4: Meet with an Advisor

After your acceptance you will be scheduled to meet with an academic advisor to review your transcript report.

Step 5: Register For Classes Online

Contact the College of Adult & Professional Studies Enrollment Office for instructions on how to complete registration online prior to Orientation night.

Phone: 425.889.7793
Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Step 6: Orientation

This session is extremely important. It allows both you and the University to become acquainted with each other. In addition to getting a “feel” for their educational surroundings, students meet with Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and the rest of the College of Adult & Professional Studies administrative team. ID photos are also taken at this time. Contact your Enrollment Counselor for the date of Orientation.