Undergraduate Financial Aid
We offer a complete range of Financial Aid packages. Our Admissions team will help you make the most of them all.
We Start Low And Aim High
NU’s total cost is significantly lower than other private universities in the area. But our accreditation and academic standards are high. It’s why we were recently selected as a College of Distinction and have been rated as an exceptional value.
Cost for Undergraduate Programs
2022–2023 Academic Year
Undergraduate Tuition: $34,500 (12–18 credits)
Room & Board: $10,140 (double occupancy)
Student Fees: $500
Total Direct Costs: $45,140
A Private Christian University is More Affordable than You Think
Starting Costs: $44,619
We start with the lowest cost of private Christian universities in the region. But we don’t stop there.
Actual Costs: $20,729
With NU’s average financial aid award of $23,890 your final costs are drastically reduced. And your financial aid package may be even higher.
What Kind of financial help is available?
Whether you are an incoming freshman or transfer student, there are many scholarships available for Kirkland campus undergraduate students. We offer many scholarships based on merit, talent, or need which do not need to be repaid. See which one is right for you.
The Value of NU: Comparing Tuition Costs
When you compare the tuition of Northwest University to other private universities in the area, you’ll like what you see. We work to keep our costs low and our standards high.
Value is not just what you pay for your education; it’s what you receive in return.
At NU, you’ll find small classes taught by professors who have published books and authored research papers. More importantly, they love Christ and they love teaching. Our faculty is one reason why NU is accredited at the highest institutional levels possible. The relationships you build with your professors will become an integral part of your academic experience.