Newly Admitted Students
So you've been admitted North Park University? We want to help answer all your questions and guide you through your next steps so you can begin your student experience here, set up to succeed.
New graduate and Seminary students: Please contact your enrollment counselor for further information or review the website for your school: Business and Nonprofit Management, Education, Music, Nursing, or Seminary.
Your next steps don't need to be confusing or difficult. Here's a step-by-step checklist of the crucial things you need to take care of as you prepare to enroll.
North Park's first-year experience program is called Voyage, and it brings together under one banner a range of opportunities for learning, connecting, and having fun. Find out what you can expect on your North Park Voyage.
Here's all the information you need to register for your first classes at North Park, whether you're a first-year, international, or transfer student.
Entering college is a threshold experience, a time of transition, growth, and excitement. This special orientation program helps you cross the threshold to become part of the North Park community.
The Office of Student Enrichment Services and Support provides accommodations and services, as well as academic support, to students with disabilities. Our goal is to provide every opportunity for students with disabilities to succeed here at North Park.
You can fulfill some course prerequisites and program requirements through placement testing, and in some instances even earn college credit. Here are the details.