Concurrent Credit with NNU

Concurrent Credit with NNU

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Concurrent Credit with NNU

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Graduate early & save thousands

Use your Concurrent Credit at NNU

 

All of your concurrent credits taken through accredited high school courses WILL transfer to NNU (regardless of whether they were offered through BSU, CWI, U of I or somewhere else).

 

  • See how the CC classes you have completed will transfer to NNU.

  • Determine which of these classes will fulfill NNUGen Ed Requirements. If you do not see the course number listed on the General Education Requirements, know that the credits will transfer as electives. Both will help you toward your NNU degree!

  • Consider how much time you may be able to save when you continue your degree at NNU. Add together the Gen Ed and elective credits you have completed. On average, 15-18 credits equates to one semester.

  • Once you have completed your application to continue your degree at NNU, your admissions counselor will facilitate an audit of all your CC classes to confirm how they will transfer.

I was surprised to find when I factored in that I was going to be able to finish my degree in three years because of the CC classes I took in high school and the extra merit aid and scholarships NNU gave me, it was actually cheaper for me to attend NNU than it was a local public university...and being at a smaller university where I can continue to pursue multiple passions instead of choosing just one has made a huge difference in my overall experience.

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Why NNU?

 

Your CC classes will help you wherever you end up going to college, but there are some reasons why NNU should be at the top of your list:

  • Although we admit that NNU’s sticker price may be higher than some, the aid NNU offers is incredibly generous. In fact, when all is said and done, there is only an average of about $2,000 difference per year between what a student pays at NNU and what they pay at large state schools.* Before automatically assuming NNU is “expensive” because it is a private university that offers an exceptional education with unmatched outcomes, look at how NNU’s net price might compare to other universities you are considering. We think you will see that NNU is very competitive!

  • Because we know concurrent credit students are driven and motivated--the type of student who typically thrives at NNU--we offer a $1,000 per year automatic “Bridge Medallion” scholarship for any student who has 15+ Concurrent Credit classes and has maintained a 3.5 GPA in these classes. This is on top of whatever merit scholarships you qualify for.

  • NNU offers a holistic college experience where you can do it all! Study in exceptional academic programs, receive the hands-on experience and networking you need to set yourself up for a successful career and participate in a thriving community that challenges and encourages you to grow into who God is calling you to be. Where else can you simultaneously participate in research with NASA, be a student-athlete and lead worship during community chapel all at the same time ? Find your place at NNU!

I pursued a communications degree that required 124 credits. When I finished high school, I had 22 concurrent credits. From the moment I started at NNU, I was not only better equipped to begin my time in college, but I was already done with more than a semester's worth of classes!

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