Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 4811 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Northwestern College provides students with the specialized training necessary for a successful career. The College's relevant and future-focused curricula integrate general studies which encourage, prepare, and empower diverse student body to pursue their professional and educational goals. Distinctive educational programs, combined with commitment, integrity, and student-centered learning community, provide a vital human resource for today's ever-changing society.
Northwestern College offers an education for International students.
To be admitted, a prospective student must be a high school graduate or hold a GED (General Educational Development) equivalency diploma, pass a placement examination administered on campus, complete a personal interview, and meet other requirements.
There is a Financial Aid program to suit almost every need. Students may be eligible to receive Federal Financial Assistance in the form of student loans or grants. Northwestern College utilizes the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to determine award amounts. Besides, Northwestern College offers students the opportunity to apply for numerous scholarships.
Northwestern College offers placement assistance throughout student career. The Office of Career Development supports students in almost every aspect of finding employment. Services include career fairs, resume writing workshops, career advising, mock interviews, and on-campus recruiting.