One of the reasons Northpoint College exists is to bridge the gap between a world-class education
and ministry preparation, and the spiraling costs of higher learning.
We want to help you graduate debt free and step into your calling!
THE NORTHPOINT COST DIFFERENCE
Our partnership with Grand Rapids First has allowed us to use the facility of the local church in a way that dramatically decreases costs for traditional students.
Here's what that savings look like:
If you qualify for the maximum Pell Grant, your yearly out-of-pocket cost for tuition could be as low as $4,205. That's something that a steady part-time job or great full-time summer job can cover. That's not even considering the addition of any SCHOLARSHIPS you might qualify for!
Tuition and Fees
Below is a more detailed breakdown of what it will cost to attend Northpoint. The fees shown represent a full-time student attending for an entire year. Please remember that book costs fluctuate, and housing costs should be considered. This is a world-class academic experience that won't break the bank.
Take a look and see for yourself.
Fall: 50% of your total tuition and fees is due at Orientation and Registration for new students and the first day of class for returning students. Then equal payments of 25% of your total tuition and fees are due on October, 15 and December 1.
50% - Due Orientation, (August) or First day of class
25% - Due October 15
25% - Due December 1
Spring: 50% of your total tuition and fees is due at Spring Registration (first day of spring classes). Then equal payments of 25% of your total tuition and fees are due on March 1 and April 15.
50% - Due first day of classes
25% - Due March 1
25% - Due April 15
All student account balances must be paid in full before a student can enroll for the next semester of classes.
If you are unable to meet the fee schedule above, please contact our offices to work out an alternative payment plan for your unique situation.
Financial Aid and Planning
Federal Financial Aid
Northpoint students may apply for federal aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 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.
While Northpoint College offers convenient scheduling to minimize the need for housing and additional expenses, for some students it may be necessary or desirable. Most students will only need one night per week unless involved with an internship. Visit the Housing Page to learn more about available housing options.
Connect with Jamie
If you have any questions concerning your finances or what aid might be available to you, our registrar, Jamie Carter, will be happy to help!