2012 Fall Semester
630 Students: 60% men, 40% women
The student-faculty ratio is approximately 19:1. Ninety-seven percent of Northwood's faculty has earned advanced degrees. Theory and practice come with professionals hired from business and industry.
Northwood University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association (800.621.7440; higherlearningcommission.org).
Private, nonsectarian, residential, coeducational, not-for-profit.
Northwood University was established in 1959 by Dr. Arthur E. Turner and Dr. R. Gary Stauffer. Northwood teaches business, management, and entrepreneurism based on freedom and the concepts of free-enterprise.
Approximately 70% of Northwood's Florida students receive some form of financial aid. Assistance is available through Northwood scholarships and grants and federal assistance. Our FAFSA code is: E00586.
Northwood University offers a variety of scholarships including:
Academic Merit Scholarships
Private Donor Awards
Business Club Scholarships
Learn more about Northwood's scholarships by visiting the Financial Aid office.
Visit our Admissions pages for complete information regarding applying to NU. For personalized admissions information, please call an admissions counselor at 1.800.622.9000 or e-mail us email@example.com.
Need our ACT/SAT Codes?
ACT Code: 6736
SAT Code: 5162
Students may enter Northwood at any point in their college career and transfer the maximum number of credit hours applicable to their program. Course grades must be a "C" average or better. A significant number of transfer scholarships are available for students who are interested in transferring to Northwood. Learn more about transferring.
2600 North Military Trail
West Palm Beach, FL 33409-2911
toll free: 800.622.9000 or 561.478.5500