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Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships

Find information about undergraduate tuition costs, financial aid, scholarships and financial obligations.

 

Tuition

Undergraduate students pay per course. Each course is equivalent to one unit unless otherwise specified in the course description.

  • 2018-19 tuition per unit: $1,917
  • Technology fee for online courses: $120
  • Audit fee per unit: $959 (some courses may not be audited) 

Financial Aid

Some students may qualify for financial aid to assist in covering tuition. For information on and requirements for financial aid, please see below.

Office of Financial Aid
Abbott Hall, Room 629
710 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago 60611-3078
312-503-8722
financial-aid-chicago@northwestern.edu

Scholarships

SPS Scholarships are awarded annually in the fall term, at the start of the academic year.  Applicants are considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. The application deadline is prior to the start of the fall quarter. Scholarships available for undergraduate degree students include the Osher Reentry Scholarship and scholarships for continuing, transfer, and unemployed students.

For details about scholarship applications, deadlines, awards, policies, and elibility, as well as external scholarship resources, please see Scholarships at Northwestern University School of Professional Studies.

Questions about scholarships can be directed to spsscholarships@northwestern.edu.

Financial Obligation

Each student is responsible for fulfilling financial obligations to Northwestern University. If a student's account becomes overdue, a late fee must be paid. In addition, students are liable for any costs associated with the collection of unpaid bills, including but not limited to collection agency costs, court costs, and legal fees. A student’s account may also be reported to a credit bureau. The director of student accounts may cancel or prevent the registration of students whose accounts are past due. Students whose university bills are past due may not be given a diploma or transcript.

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