At Northern, we’re known for being one of the best values in the region, but we know that cost is still a major concern for most families.
We’re here to help.
Most of our students - more than 82 percent last year - receive some form of financial assistance. Our financial aid staff can guide you through the process, talking with you one-on-one about our scholarships and grants - including our brand new program that helps those impacted by COVID-19 and other emergencies.
Is college worth the price?
We think so - in fact, it’s worth $500 more each week. That’s how much more you’ll earn, on average, with a bachelor’s degree compared to just completing high school. That’s:
- $26,000 more each year
- $1 million more in a 40-year career.
More data can be found at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Costs above do not reflect fees. See Fees for information.
These rates reflect total per credit hour. No additional fees will be assessed.