High school graduates, make earning your college degree a reality!
In the new, innovative HP3 program, students can earn a bachelor’s degree at a significantly reduced tuition rate of $40,000 ($10,000 per year) and choose any of NLU's undergraduate degree options in business, education, human services, criminal justice, health care, communications and more!
- A FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS
The first two years are based on a standardized general education curriculum designed to create a framework of applied and collaborative learning, intellectual skills, specialized knowledge, broad integrative knowledge, civic and global learning and leadership. This experience is customized for each student and critical for life as well as professional success.
- A CLEAR PATHWAY
Students choose between three curricular paths for their first two years — general studies, education or business. These paths will enable students to proceed in earning their bachelor’s degrees in any of NLU’s undergraduate programs.
- A CONVENIENT CHOICE
Classes will be offered at NLU’s Chicago and Wheeling, IL campuses in a blended model with some content delivered online and some face-to-face.
- A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT
Our unique support model ensures students are provided with the individualized guidance they need to succeed. Student Success Coaches provide personal, professional, and academic support throughout students’ time at NLU.
An Affordable Opportunity
The HP3 program at NLU is designed so students can reap the benefits of a quality education with little to no out-of-pocket expense. With anticipated financial aid packages, the opportunity for you to earn an undergraduate degree without taking on debt becomes a reality.
The HP3 Program is available to freshman students with 15 or fewer transferrable quarter hour credits. All applicants must meet NLU’s general admission requirements. Refer to the appropriate application checklist available online at nl.edu/applyonline. An Enrollment Specialist can also help you through the process.
During its inaugural year, The Harrison Professional Pathways Program at NLU is working with a variety of organizations including Chicago Public Schools, OneGoal (a national organization that partners with higher education for student success) and Network for College Success at the University of Chicago.