Financial Aid Application

There are two steps to the process of applying for financial aid at Northwest University: you must complete the federal financial aid form and the institutional financial aid form.

  1. Complete all sections of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which can be done on www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you have filled out a FAFSA in a previous year, you can complete a renewal application online. The Title IV Code for Northwest University is: 003783. (Make sure you complete the correct FAFSA for the Academic Year you will be attending, as FAFSA's are year specific.)
  2. Complete this Northwest University Financial Aid Application

Important Instructions

  1. Priority deadline for financial aid is February 15. The results of the FAFSA and the Northwest University Financial Aid Application (this form) must be received in the Financial Aid Services Office by this date to be considered for priority packaging. Students who submit documents after that date will be awarded financial aid as funds are available.
  2. Please complete all forms accurately, as errors may cause delays in the financial aid process.
  3. Keep copies of all important documents (such as tax returns, W-2's, etc.) as the Financial Aid Services Office may request them at a later date.
General Information
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Current Northwest University Students
Academic Information
Other Resources Information
Please list your estimated resources for this academic year below:
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Tuition Credits

You may be eligible for a Northwest University Tuition Credit if you, your spouse, or your parent is one of the following listed below. Please indicate if you are eligible by checking the appropriate box below. Tuition Credits are available for up to 50% of tuition, based on individual need. Only one Tuition Credit will be awarded to a student for each academic year. Requests for Tuition Credits received after February 15th will be awarded on a funds-available basis.

  1. To be eligible for the discount, the minister must have been licensed or ordained one year prior to the beginning of the academic year.

  2. To be eligible for the discount, the chaplain must have been licensed or ordained one year prior to the beginning of the academic year.

  3. Must currently be serving under appointment of a recognized missions board. Missionary board documentation required and can be faxed or mailed to the address above.

  4. Administrator/Teacher must have been employed one year prior to student's enrollment.

  5. Amount determined by the Human Resources Department. Please contact Human Resources for a Tuition Remission Application.

  6. Family Tuition Credit

  7. Both students must be enrolled at the same time.

  8. Both students must be dependent (as determined by the FAFSA) and must be enrolled at the same time in the traditional undergraduate program.

  9. Child must be a dependent student (as determined by the FAFSA), enrolled in the Traditional Undergraduate program. Both parent and child must be enrolled at the same time.

Certification
  1. I certify that the above information is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that my award package will be based on the information provided, and that if any of the required information changes, I must inform the Financial Aid Services office immediately.

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