To receive financial assistance, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
To receive maximum consideration for financial aid, apply no later than March 1 of the year you wish to enroll. Most aid is awarded on the basis of need.
Northern's Net Price Calculator is a good place to start as you plan how to best finance your education.
Northern's WolfPACT Scholarship is the largest
guaranteed scholarship in the region!
The WolfPACT Scholarship is available for first-time freshmen.
Downloadable forms related to NSU financial aid
FINANCIAL AID LINKS
Links to U.S. Department of Education and IRS resources, exit loan counseling, alternative lenders and more
Federal Pell Grant, SEOG Grant, TEACH Grant, SDEAF and SDNBG grants
Information on Direct Stafford, PLUS and alternative loans
Federal workstudy, student labor, S.D. Department of Labor, NSU Wolfwork and more
Education benefits available for veterans, active military members and their dependents
NSU's Satisfactory Academic Progress policy and how it affects financial aid
CODE OF CONDUCT
NASFAA Statement of Ethical Principles and NSU's Code of Conduct as it relates to federal financial aid