Visit Northwest University

A Visit Experience That’s Just for You—$500 Visit Scholarship

Viewbooks and websites provide a glimpse into campus life. But a campus visit is the best way to learn if NU is right for you. Customize your visit with a praise and worship experience in Chapel, engage the dialogue of an intellectually stimulating class, and dine at The Caf or Aerie Café. You’ll tour campus and meet with helpful counselors from Admissions and Student Financial Services. Choose from an option below and be on your way to earning your $500 Visit Scholarship.*

Thriving Location

Northwest University is located in the flourishing and beautiful city of Kirkland, Washington. Within walking distance of campus, you’ll enjoy the gorgeous shores of Lake Washington while looking across to views of the Seattle skyline and snow-capped peaks of Olympic National Park. Kirkland is abundant with fun coffee shops, vibrant restaurants, and trendy storefronts. There’s always something to explore; Kirkland has over 500 parks and open spaces. To discover more, download your copy of the Kirkland Visitor’s Guide.

Local Hotel Accommodations

View a list of local hotels and restaurants that are close to the University.

Northwest Friday

To receive the full Northwest University experience, we encourage you to attend Northwest Friday. The schedule includes a class visit, chapel service, campus tour, lunch in the Caf, financial aid session, and an opportunity to talk with professors at the Faculty Dessert.

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NU Unplugged

NU Unplugged is a two day event for accepted students, that will give you an in-depth look at the campus and community of NU. It is also your opportunity to see if Northwest University is the right fit for you! The event will include dinner, lip sync battle, and an overnight stay!

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Nursing Information Session

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 admissions process.

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Individual Visit

If you cannot attend one of our visit events, we will be happy to schedule a personalized visit tailored to your needs.

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Group Visit

Northwest offers group tours for schools and organizations with 10–40 students in 10th grade or above who are interested in our traditional undergraduate program. These visits are offered Monday through Friday during the academic year.

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*$500 Visit Scholarship: 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.

Admissions Questions?

Talk to one of our enrollment counselors to get the answers you need.

Call 1-800-669-3781 or find your counselor online.

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