Congratulations on your admission to North Central College!
We know there is still a lot to consider before making your final decision. As the year progresses, a few other items may require your attention. The following is a checklist of the steps involved in the college admission and financial aid processes. We hope our admitted student checklist will provide you useful information and help make your transition to North Central as smooth as possible.
Submit your $100 tuition deposit to ensure your place in the class at North Central. Feel free to pay by check using the postage-free envelope provided in your acceptance packet or contact the Office of Admission at 630-637-5800 to submit a credit card deposit. Deposits are nonrefundable.
If you plan to live on campus, complete and submit your roommate questionnaire with a $100 room deposit to reserve your space in the residence halls. Housing deposits must be submitted with a tuition deposit. All deposits are non-refundable. Residence Life provides a list of items to bring (or not bring) to your residence hall room.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Request freshman scholarship applications based on your academic and co-curricular interests.
Beginning in January: Complete your financial aid paperwork, including the Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) form. North Central's FAFSA code is 001734.
Complete your medical forms before enrolling at the College. You will need your college id number to complete the forms. Call the Wellness Center with any questions, 630-637-5550.
The First-Year Experience (FYE) program will provide the necessary curriculum supports, academic skills, technological information, service opportunities, survival tips and, most importantly, connections to a faculty advisor in your major. Fall Welcome Week is part of the FYE program.
Summer Orientation and Placement Exams
Visit campus for Summer Orientation. You will be assigned an orientation date and will receive that date in the mail. Orientation will begin around 8:00am and end around 5:00pm on your assigned date. Each session will include a student portion as well as a family program for any family members or guests. Placement Testing information is available to plan ahead. You can also view the Orientation Guide in English or the Orientation Guide in Spanish, as well as the Registration Guide. Please call the Office of Orientation at 630-637-5410 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Fall Welcome Week
Start your fall term and academic year off the North Central way! Buy your books and supplies, find out more about clubs and organizations, connect with faculty and staff resources around campus, meet other new first-year students, and have fun along the way! Welcome Week is scheduled for September 11th through the 15th. Fall Term classes start Monday, September 16, 2013.
Final High School Transcripts
Make arrangements to have your final high school transcript and any college or university transcripts sent to North Central College.
Degree-seeking students may receive credit by examination through the Advanced Placement Program. Visit the Registrar's Office for more information.
Did you take a college course during high school? Please request official college or university transcripts to be sent to North Central College. If you attended a local community college, see if your course transfers to North Central by viewing our course substitution guides.
Books & Supplies
The College's Bookstore is open Monday-Saturday during the school year. Call ahead to confirm hours and ask questions at 630-637-5635.