Midland is located in the heart of the state and less than two hours from metro Detroit, close to many dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Founded in 1959 to focus singularly on relevant business management education, the mission of Northwood University is to develop the future leaders of a global, free-enterprise society. Northwood University is a private, non-profit university.
Northwood University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.
Northwood University is in candidacy for the following business specialty accreditations:
|1st SEMESTER FALL||2nd SEMESTER SPRING||TOTAL PER YEAR|
|TUITION||$ 10,500.00||$ 10,500.00||$ 21,000.00|
|Commuter Total||$ 11,065.00||$ 11,065.00||$ 22,130.00|
|Resident Total||$ 15,585.00||$ 15,585.00||$ 31,170.00|
*Student Fee excludes health insurance premium; all students must either demonstrate coverage by a qualified health insurance plan or pay the premium and receive coverage from a policy provided by the University.
|Application Fee||$ 30.00 (waived for on-line applications)|
|Orientation Fee – Residents||$ 130.00|
|Orientation Fee – Commuters||$ 80.00|
The following information is being provided to assist you in budgeting your finances. The annual costs indicated are estimates and are not costs owed to the University. These costs are based on averages and do not reflect actual expenses that you may incur.
|Annual estimated book and supply costs:||$ 1230.00|
|Annual estimated transportation costs for students living on campus:||$ 938.00|
|Annual estimated transportation costs for commuters:||$ 1392.00|