Helping you pay less
You look at Northwestern and know it's the kind of education you want.
You look at the cost and the economy, and know it's time to be wise with your money.
We agree, and that's why we're here to help.
Learning more for less
We have made a few paths for paying less here at Northwestern. These programs are your ticket to a financially responsible college experience:
The B.A./M.Div. is a streamlined program for students who feel called to Pastoral Ministry.
You'll have a bachelor’s degree after four years and a Master of Divinity after the fifth. (This program usually takes 7 years).
Students accepted to our honors program receive up to $17,000/yr
We offer this rigorous program with high standards for application, because we believe in our students
What you need to know about us
Our students are leaving with less debt
- Last year's seniors graduated with an average debt of $21,956
- Natl. Average: $25,250
- MN Average: $29,058
Putting us to the test
- We offer you a personal, private education, holistically preparing your mind and spirit.
- You may be looking at other schools like us, but our students are paying less and graduating with less burden.
2010 Average Student Debt – MN Schools
|Northwestern College||$ 25,707|
|University of Minnesota||$ 27,578|
|Bethel University|| $ 32,698 |
|University of St. Thomas|| $ 32,705 |
|Concordia University|| $ 36,295 |
|Crown College||$ 38,042 |
We encourage you to plan ahead
Give PSEO or Early College a try so you can bring credit into college.
Aim high with your coursework and testing; it pays $$$ back to you (AP, CLEP, ACT & SAT).
Be practical about what you can afford and then, make goals to finish accordingly.
Be open to doing full load semesters (18 credits) and summer courses.