All scholarship awards are renewed for a maximum of four years. Scholarship funds are credited to individual student accounts in equal disbursements by semester based on full-time enrollment. The amount disbursed each semester is indicated on your Financial Aid Offer Letter. For example, a $10,000 Academic Scholarship will be disbursed $5,000 for fall semester and $5,000 for spring semester. Academic Scholarships do not apply to Summer term.
- Undergraduate Kirkland Campus First-Year and Running Start Students
|Provost Scholarship||$16,000/yr||Determined by GPA and SAT/ACT/CLT Scores*|
|Dean Scholarship||$14,000/yr||Determined by GPA and SAT/ACT/CLT Scores*|
|Faculty Scholarship||$12,000/yr||Determined by GPA and SAT/ACT/CLT Scores*|
|Northwest Scholarship||$8,000/yr||Determined by GPA and SAT/ACT/CLT Scores*|
*Covid-19 Test-Optional Policy: Applicants for admittance in 2022 may submit test scores for purposes of application evaluation, scholarship eligibility, and academic advising. Due to limited testing availability during the Covid-19 pandemic, applications will be evaluated without submissions of tests scores. However, admitted students who seek qualification to the invitational President’s Scholarship Competition must submit entrance tests per requirements outlined within the President’s Scholarship overview.
Academic transcripts and test scores* serve as the application for the academic scholarship. Eligibility is determined when the student is accepted to attend Northwest University.
Student must meet the academic satisfactory progress standards.