Applying for Financial Aid
Northpoint works hard to make preparing to fulfill your calling as affordable as possible. Below you'll find the steps to apply for for Federal Financial Aid as well as additional resources to help you locate scholarships and grants.
All Northpoint students may apply for federal aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
When you are completing your FAFSA, please contact Lindsay Williamson, Director of Financial Aid, to help you through the process of completion and answer any of your questions at email@example.com. The priority deadline for Financial Aid is March 1 for fall semesters and November 1 for spring semesters. FAFSAs will be accepted after these dates, but available aid may be limited. For more information or to complete your FAFSA, visit fafsa.gov.
If you would like to get an estimate of how much you may qualify for in advance, visit finaid.org.
Financial Guidance Resources
You can also check out the following websites for more information on planning and managing finances well:
Practical Money Skills – a valuable website with a breadth of practical financial advice. Easy to follow.
Mapping Your Future – more practical advice, along with available counseling.
Mint – a budgeting and planning resource, great for 21st century.
My Money.gov – simple advice about managing your resources.
Citizens Bank Loan Advice – tips and information regarding student loans.
Nerd Scholar – resources about financial aid and student loans.
Smart Asset – a debt payoff calculator, making a plan is important!
The most significant scholarship at Northpoint College is the NxtGenNow Scholarship, which is awarded from Grand Rapids First.
In addition, our affiliation with the Assemblies of God allows us to partner with their national scholarships to be used for AG higher education schools. Feel free to browse the links provided to search for other scholarships you might qualify for.