$35,500, the estimated total cost of tuition plus room and board for 2016-2017.
$28,000, the average debt of an NNU student upon graduation—just $1,500 more than a Boise State graduate.
99%, the number of NNU undergraduate students who receive financial aid.
January 15, the new deadline for priority NNU financial aid. File your FAFSA by the 15th to be eligible for the most aid.
The FAFSA for the 2017-18 academic year is available now at fafsa.gov
Financial Aid at NNU
The purpose of financial aid is to bridge the gap between what you and your family can afford and the total cost of your education. We encourage every student to apply for financial aid and pursue every possible resource, including scholarships, grants, loans and employment.
To receive federal financial aid and other types of need based financial aid you will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.ed.gov. Our federal school code is 001624. The process will be quicker if both you and your parent(s) have an FSA ID number. If you have not already received an FSA ID number, you can obtain one at fsaid.ed.gov.
Current Scholarship Opportunities:
The Charles & Maxine Skaggs Foundation Scholarship, and the Roy & Leona Nelson Foundation Scholarship are both open for applications. Click here for more information. Applications are due March 31. APPLY NOW!