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Northwestern College Preparation Program

Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition for Credit Courses

2019 Tuition (1 course): $4,510
Program Fee: $900
Total cost for one course: $5,410

Please note: For students interested in Chemistry/Physics, some courses will also include a lab course fee of $250

Room & Dining Costs

Three Weeks $1,410
Four Weeks $1,893
Five Weeks $2,376
Six Weeks $2,859

Tuition for IN FOCUS Seminars

IN FOCUS Seminar Residential Option

2019 Tuition (one seminar):  $2,000
Program Fee:  $500
Room and dining (two weeks): $927
Total Costs: $3,427

IN FOCUS Seminar Commuter Option

2019 Tuition (one seminar): $2,000
Program Fee: $500
Total Costs: $2,500



Scholarship Deadline: March 1, 2019

A limited number of scholarships will be given preference to domestic students who are currently in their junior year, demonstrate financial need, and hold strong academic and extracurricular achievement.

Students can identify if they are interested in an Application Fee Waiver and/or Tuition Scholarship during the application process; thereafter, we will email students the link to the Application Fee Waiver and Scholarship forms.

Students that plan to submit a Tuition Scholarship Application would have already submitted their full Admissions Application (online application, letters of recommendation, and official transcript) by March 1, 2019. Scholarship Applications received after this date will not be considered. All scholarship applicants will be notified of the scholarship evaluation committee’s decision approximately two weeks after the deadline.

Scholarship applicants may submit an Application Fee Waiver Form in lieu of the application fee with their application for admission. Students will be notified as soon as possible if this request is not approved. Approval for an application fee waiver does not constitute approval for a scholarship or acceptance to the program.

Other Resources for Financial Assistance
You may wish to search for other financial assistance opportunities by talking with your guidance or career counselor at your school, local PTA, civic (Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, Alumni Associations, etc.) and religious organizations.

Check out our Fundraising Guidelines for your summer experience!
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