North Park University

North Park University

Chicago , United States
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 8
    Available Programs
  • 2953
    Students
  • 26000
    Average Cost
  • Program
    Co-op
  • Permit
    Work

Overview

North Park University has a rich 125-year history. It shares a strong heritage of faith and a commitment to welcoming students from diverse cultures, social traditions, and religions.

Within NPU distinctive learning community, where Christian faith, learning, and service meet, students at North Park University experience an education that:

  • Is rooted in and committed to the Christian faith and its sacred text, the Bible
  • Engages Chicago as a dynamic context for learning and service
  • Embraces all people and celebrates the richness of cultural difference
  • Affirms learning in all its forms-in the classroom and beyond-as a gift, a joy, and a sacred obligation
  • Encourages dialogue as a means of learning where open inquiry, integrity, and civility guide our life together
  • Seeks to form and transform the whole student (intellectually, socially and spiritually) to their individual capacity
  • Values each student for who he or she is and will become

Entry requirements

For International First-Year Students:

- Online application

- Official transcripts

- Academic recommendation

- SAT or ACT (optional)

- English Proficiency:

TOEFL iBT: 80 (lesser scores may be considered based on individual subject scores)

IELTS: 6.0 (lesser scores may be considered based on individual subject scores)

Cambridge English Assessment: B2

- Essay


For International Transfer Students:

- Online application

- Official transcripts

- Academic recommendation

- English Proficiency 

TOEFL iBT: 80 (lesser scores may be considered based on individual subject scores)

IELTS: 6.0 (lesser scores may be considered based on individual subject scores)

Cambridge English Assessment: B2

- Transfer resources

Scholarship & funding

Students are eligible to apply for talent-based scholarships in music (audition required), art, theatre, or journalism. If they intend to seek a career teaching history at the secondary or university level, they may apply for the Virginia E. Hahn Memorial Scholarship. 

For more information: https://www.northpark.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/undergradate/scholarships-and-aid/international-students/


Student life

North Park University Athletics Spirit Video
North Park University Campus Tour