One of the more compelling reasons to consider continuing your education at Northwest University Oregon is affordability. Not only will you receive an academically excellent education here, you’ll do so without negatively impacting your personal finances for many years to come.
What do we mean by affordable? The estimates below will help to give you an idea of our costs.
For a full-time student (15 credits per semester) living off-campus the annual tuition cost is $14,550.
Tuition for the 2023-24 academic year is $485 per credit hour.
Keep in mind the above estimates may be lower after financial aid (i.e. grants, scholarships, etc.). Because our tuition has been so significantly reduced, NU Oregon doesn’t offer direct scholarships. But your home church may provide them. Additional sources for scholarships include your high school, community groups, etc.
If you’re a military veteran, NU Oregon could be a great place for you because veterans can receive GI Bill® benefits while enrolled. Contact the School Certifying Official at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Emily Jadhav, a single mom with five children, discusses why she chose NU Oregon instead of a community college.
“When I decided to go back to school, my sister asked me why I was going to a private university for preliminary courses rather than a community college. As a part-time student at a community college, I would have to attend two classes at a time, and each class would require me to travel to the campus two times a week. At Northwest, I come to the campus one time a week, focus on one class at a time, and finish two classes in the semester. I save considerable time and travel costs. Plus, I have the added benefit of attending a Christian university that builds my faith.”
—Emily Jadhav, NU Oregon Student
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