Talk to an Institutional Aid Representative to Learn About Institutional Grants and Other Options
At Northwest Suburban College (NWSC), we believe no student should be denied an education due to lack of financial resources. Our Institutional Aid Administrators are always on hand to sit down with you and discuss your funding options, to create a plan that works for you.
Although the cost of a college education at NWSC is relatively low, many students still rely on institutional aid. NWSC offers institutional grant assistance and other opportunities, such as scholarships, no-interest loans, and payment plans. Talk with an Institutional Aid Administrator to learn how you can make your education goals a reality.
Attending NWSC costs significantly less than at many other for-profit institutions. Click the dropdown menu to view tuition and fees per program:
NWSC provides need-based grants. These grants are awarded to students at the time of admission.
Generally, this aid does not need to be repaid. Exceptions may apply for students withdrawing from a program, where the grant converts to loan and requires payment.
Need-based grants are awarded to deserving certificate program students. NWSC offers need-based grants in the form of a tuition waiver varying from 25% to 50%, based on student income and financial need. Please contact our Institutional Aid Office for further information on student eligibility, availability of need-based grants, and for an institutional grant application.
This is borrowed money that must be repaid based on the terms listed in the contract, including interest and fees, if applicable.
Please contact the NWSC Institutional Aid Office at email@example.com or 847-290-6425 ext 107 for further information.
Offered through NWSC and its affiliated agency, the loan amounts range from $1,000–$5,000, based on the student’s need, and will not incur any interest charges if payments are made on time. Students under this plan pay in monthly installments. However, they must pay off all the money owed before they graduate from college. Typically, the non-interest loan period is 8 months for Medical Assistant and Dental Assistant programs and 6 months for the Pharmacy Technician program.
Extended Payment Plan
Extended payment plans that exceed the enrollment period are available as interest-bearing loans and are arranged through Tuition Financing Corporation (TFC). Students must use this service if they want a payment plan.
External Scholarship Resources
Click on the links below to find other available scholarship and grant resources.
- Illinois Student Assistance Commission
- Scholarships and Grants from the State of Illinois
- Illinois College Grants Database
- Illinois Student Grants for College
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