Military Tuition Discount
Northwestern's College of Graduate, Online & Adult Learning offers a military discounts. Students must apply and meet the terms and conditions, in order to apply for this discount. More details can be found here. Online courses do not qualify.
Christian Worker Discount*
A tuition discount is offered to students who are currently employed as full-time pastors, missionaries, or Christian education directors. Please have your organization send a letter to Financial Aid verifying your full-time employment status. Full-time students in the Adult Undergraduate program who are eligible will receive $250. Less than full-time students will receive a prorated amount.
There are two ways to qualify for a Family Discount:
*Students may apply for a Family Discount or the Christian Worker Discount, but not both.
Federal Pell Grant: $598–$5,815
The Federal Pell grant is awarded to students based on their financial need as demonstrated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Minnesota State Grant: $100–$11,753
The Minnesota state grant is awarded to students meeting state criteria for eligibility including, but not limited to:
Minnesota State Grant awards are prorated for students taking less than 15 full-time credits load (15+), which in some cases could be a total loss of State Grant for the term.
Minnesota Dream Act: $5,560
Students who meet the definition of Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) are not eligible to receive federal aid, but may be eligible for state financial aid through the Minnesota Dream Act. To apply, students must complete the online MN Dream Act-State Financial Aid application.
Most international students are not eligible to receive state or federal assistance. International students may qualify for up to 20 hours of work on campus per week.
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