Scholarships for International Students
Choosing the right place to continue your education is about finding the best value for your investment and completing your degree. At North Central, we offer quality academic and co-curricular programs, small classes, excellent support services and a variety of scholarships to help you make a quality education possible.
Detailed information about North Central's 2018-2019 costs can be found by clicking here. North Central is pleased to offer the following scholarships for undergraduate international students.
International Freshmen Applicants
An academic scholarship for undergraduate students is offered to qualified students at the time of admission. The award ranges up to $22,000 per year (up to $88,000 over four years) and is renewable if the student remains in good academic standing. Grades, test scores, essay and teacher recommendation are considered in the award review.
A scholarship for exceptional high school students, the award amount is determined during the application review process and is an award of $22,000 per year ($88,000 over four years). The award is based on a combination of GPA (grades/marks) from core academic classes and SAT or ACT test scores. This scholarship is renewable provided the minimum grade requirements are maintained while a student at North Central. Note: This scholarship cannot be combined with an International Scholarship.
North Central College is a proud participant in the #YouAreWelcomeHere Scholarship Program. For details on this scholarship starting in Fall 2019, click here.
International Transfer Applicants
An academic scholarship for undergraduate students is offered to qualified students at the time of admission. The award ranges up to $20,000 per year (up to $60,000 over three years) and is renewable if the student remains in good academic standing. Grades, test scores, essay and teacher recommendation are considered in the award review.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
The PTK scholarship of $3,000 is awarded at the time of admission. Recipients must be a member of PTK, an international honor society at community colleges. It is limited to nine terms (three academic years). If you are a member, please provide a copy of your membership card with your application.
Transfer Department Honor Society
This scholarship is awarded at the time of admission. Recipients must be a member of a departmental honor society at a community college. This scholarship is limited to nine terms (three academic years). If you are a member, please provide a copy of your membership card with your application.
Any International Undergraduate Applicant (Additional Application Material Required)
As an incoming student, you may audition for talent scholarships in the areas of music, theatre, art and forensics (public speaking and debate). They are renewable depending on department funding and your continued participation. For further information, contact your admission counselor.
Incoming students can be recommended by an alumnus/alumna of North Central to receive a $1,000 scholarship. Recommendations must be received by March prior to the year the student will enter North Central. If you know someone who graduated from North Central, have them recommend you for this scholarship through the Alumni Office.
International Religious Scholarship
A scholarship for students preparing for the ministry or who intend to be active at North Central in campus ministry. A separate application is required, and the deadline is February 1st. Preference is given to United Methodist students. Please contact your admission counselor if you have questions.
International Trustee Scholarship
A merit- and need-based scholarship offered to one entering first-year or transfer student each year. A separate application is required. To be invited to apply, students must be admitted for Fall Term no later than February 1st.
North Central offers a number of endowed scholarships for first-year, transfer or continuing students funded by generous graduates and community members. These scholarships often require study in a particular field or participation in campus or community activities. They require an additional application form and have early deadlines.
Full Scholarship for an Outstanding Japanese Student (Next Available: Fall 2019)
This endowed scholarship has been established to support outstanding students from Japan with financial need. The scholarship will include tuition, fees, academic year room and board, books, a personal expense stipend, medical insurance and one round-trip flight to/from the United States. To apply, students must apply and be admitted to an undergraduate degree program at North Central as well as complete an additional scholarship application form.