Back to School
Your Threshold experience will help prepare you to head back to the classroom on the first day of school, as well as get used to the North Park community.
Use the links below to make sure you’re ready for your academic experience at North Park. You’ll find details on testing and challenge exam opportunities and a variety of academic resources offered to you throughout the year. We’re excited you’re coming to North Park, and are committed to helping you get a great education while you’re here.
If you’ve made your tuition deposit, you can begin registering for your first semester classes. The folks at Student Enrichment Services and Support
will walk you through the process. Get started now!
Have you taken Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or CLEP exams? Are you already proficient in a foreign language? Learn more about placing out of introductory level courses or earning credit for work you did in high school.
My North Park is your one-stop location for North Park students' most important information, including course management via Moodle, email access, WebAdvisor tools, and campus announcements. Log in using your North Park network account information.
Do you know what you’re going to study already? Still deciding between several choices? Check out our list of majors and fields of study and find resources to help you find your academic path at North Park.
We know that every transfer student has a unique academic situation when they come to North Park. If you’re in this category, we’ve created a special section to make sure you’re getting answers to your specific questions. Check it out!
Our inter-disciplinary style leads us to ask big questions in a way that’s meaningful for our daily lives. Our students focus on their specific areas of interest, but are challenged by a broad spectrum of ideas. We hope this excites you for what you’ll learn, and look forward to what you’ll bring to the table.
Your faculty advisor will be your go-to source for advice, encouragement, and guidance. Seek them out as you decide on a major, explore strategies for academic success, and work through academic difficulties that come up.
College is hard — there’s no easier way to say it. Whether you’re nervous about a specific subject or just looking for a little more feedback on your writing projects, we have a variety of resources to help you succeed.
North Park is happy to provide accommodations and services, as well as academic support, to students with disabilities. We believe all students should be able to succeed in our community. Learn more about how you can request assistance.