Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition information varies among the online degree programs offered at NNU. Explore the links below to find tution information about the program in which you're interested.
- Accounting, Associate of Arts
- Accounting, Bachelor of Science
- Business, Associate of Arts
- Business Administration, Bachelor of Science
- Christian Ministry Online, Bachelor of Arts
- Christian Studies, Associate of Arts
- Curriculum, Instruction and Innovation, Master of Education
- Educational Leadership, Doctor of Education
- Educational Leadership, Doctor of Philosophy
- Educational Leadership - Building Administrator, Education Specialist
- Educational Leadership - Building Administrator, Master of Education
- Educational Leadership - Director of Special Ed, Education Specialist
- Educational Leadership - Superintendent, Education Specialist
- Elementary Education, Associate of Arts
- Family Nurse Practitioner, Master of Science in Nursing
- Leadership and Education (Nursing), Master of Science in Nursing
- Liberal Studies, Bachelor of Arts
- Liberal Studies, Associate of Arts
- Master of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration
- Missional Leadership, Master of Arts
- Missional Leadership, Master of Divinity
- Nursing (RN to BSN), Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Pastoral Ministry, Master of Arts
- Secondary Education, Associate of Arts
- Spiritual Formation, Master of Divinity
- Spiritual Formation, Master of Arts
- Youth, Children & Family Ministry, Master of Arts
- Youth, Children & Family Ministry, Master of Divinity
Online Student Financial Aid
Step 1: Apply and be Accepted to NNU
The first step to getting financial aid is to apply to the program you want to attend at NNU. After you have applied and been accepted, the NNU Office of Financial Aid will review your FAFSA to determine aid eligibility.
Step 2: Complete the FAFSA
We highly encourage every student to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by May each year. The FAFSA must be completed by the student and can be submitted online by signing with with an FSA ID assigned to the student (apply for an FSA ID at fsaid.ed.gov).
NNU encourages you to complete your FAFSA by May of each year. The academic year begins with fall semester which runs from late August - Mid December, and includes spring semester (January through early May) and summer semester (May through August).
Our school code is 001624.
Step 3: Complete the Following Steps for Financial Aid
Watch the mail for your Financial Aid Award Notification.
If you plan to borrow Federal student loans, you need to complete entrance counseling and a Master Promissory Note (MPN) online at www.studentloans.gov. Sign-in with your student FSA ID. Students who borrowed a federal student loan in the last year do not need to complete these steps.
Federal funding is always disbursed to your NNU student account after you have enrolled in and attended your first day of class. If you need books before your first day of class, and your aid is ready to disburse, you may contact the Business Office to review your eligibility for a book voucher a week before classes begin.