With a 20 percent tuition discount for qualified Pennsylvania undergraduates and financial aid available, starting your education at Northpointe can mean a substantial savings for students.
Starting this fall, undergraduate students who
will receive a 20 percent tuition discount.
This discount does not apply to dual enrollment students, students enrolled in a certificate program (such as Clinical Medical Assistant or Culinary Arts), or to graduate students.
These figures include the new 20% tuition discount for qualifying students.
These are maximum amounts. These numbers are only a guide and not a guarantee of financial assistance.
Up to $3,047 per semester — Pell Grant (Need-based aid as determined by FAFSA)
Up to $1,754 per semester — PHEAA Grant (Need-based aid as determined by FAFSA)
Up to $2,750 per semester — Student Loans (Aid determined by FAFSA)
These are scholarships that students are awarded based upon individual applications. Scholarships can be offered by educational organizations, foundations, community groups, civic organizations, etc.
All costs and IUP funding sources are based on being an in-state, full-time undergraduate student on the Northpointe campus. Estimates listed above will change for students enrolled in fewer than 12 credits per semester.