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Meet with a student services staff member to review transcripts and align coursework for a bachelor’s completion program.
Driving directions and campus maps for Northwest students and visitors.
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Assistance has more than $19 million in scholarships available to help with the cost of tuition. Learn how to earn in-state rates as an out-of-state student.
Get a list of resources to provide you with a successful transition to Northwest.
B.D. Owens Library provides resources to obtain digital articles in databases, e-books and Mobius exchange to Kansas City of physical books. The library is also available to connect through online chats, text messages, email or phone communication.
Your Bearcat Card serves as your official Northwest ID and a bank card. Pick-up your card on the Northwest-Kansas City campus.
The daily schedule at Northwest-Kansas City gives students the opportunity to view the daily activity, verify room numbers for class or get space availability to schedule a meeting.
View a list of required textbooks for graduate programs and purchase your Northwest gear.
The Bursar's Office is available to discuss billing, payment plans, refunds and important financial dates.
The Center for Information Technology in Education (CITE) provides assistance with the Northwest Online learning management system.
The Office of Information Technology is responsible for providing assistance or access to IT services such as email and the laptop program.
Northwest Career Services Office provides many resources as well as events and opportunities for students and employers, all with the goal of bringing talent and opportunity together.
The Registrar's Office is available for students to order transcripts and to obtain information about registration and verification.
View upcoming athletic news and events.
The dual credit program offers college courses students while they are still in high school.
Earn college credit by attending workshops and training through Northwest's professional development partnerships.