Undergraduate Application

NPU Undergraduate

 

Who is considered a local applicant?

An applicant who is a U.S. Citizen or a Permanent Resident or is on a non-immigrant visa such as A2, F2, H1B, H4, L1, L2, etc.

What do you need to do in order to apply?

Step 1. Complete NPU Application Form Online

Step 2. Pay $80 Non-Refundable Application Fee

Step 3. Upload soft copies AND submit hard copies of the following documents:

  • Your Passport or a Government Issued I.D.
  • Your PR Card/Visa (if applicable)
  • Official Transcripts
    • A high school CGPA of 2.5 or above meets minimum CGPA requirement.
    • A high school CGPA between 2.0 to 2.49 requires an interview with the Academic team, and a review of the last two semester grades (high school and/or college)

    OR

    GED: NPU recognizes the General Educational Development (GED) tests and accepts the GED graduates.

    • GED score of 456 or above meets minimum score requirement
    • GED score between 401 to 445 requires an interview with the Academic team
  • A freshman applicant is required to submit his/her high school diploma.
  • English Proficiency Document for Non-Native English Speakers
    • An official TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic test score report to NPU:
      IELTS: 5.5; TOEFL: 61; PTE: 50; Cambridge PET Certificate; or
    • Completed secondary school or a college degree program where English was the language of instruction; or
    • Completed and passed a college English credit course in an institution located in the U.S., U.K. Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, and where English is the language of instruction for the institution; or
    • An English assessment report from a few U.S. English language institutions recognized by major universities in the U.S.; or
    • Successfully completed NPU’s IEP Level 5 (NPU Intensive English Program)
  • Official SAT/ACT scores
    • If you have earned your high school diploma from a foreign institution
    • No minimum requirement, however, the score is a factor affecting admissions decision
    • NPU’s institution Code for reporting
      • SAT score is 4335
      • ACT score is 1750
    * SAT/ACT Waiver applies to students with a U.S. high school diploma and/or 30 or more transferrable units from previous college/s

Who is an international applicant?

An applicant who is overseas and require an F-1 student visa to study in the United States.

What do you need to do in order to apply?

Step 1. Complete NPU Application Form Online

Step 2. Pay $100 Non-Refundable Application Fee

Step 3. Upload soft copies AND submit hard copies of the following documents:

  • Your Passport
  • Official Transcripts
    • A high school CGPA of 2.5 or above meets minimum CGPA requirement.
    • A high school CGPA between 2.0 to 2.49 requires an interview with the Academic team, and a review of the last two semester grades (high school and/or college)
  • A freshman applicant is required to submit his/her high school diploma.
  • Original Financial Support Document (with the minimum amount of $30,000 available)
    • A current bank letter and bank statement; or
    • A loan letter from a lending institution; or
    • A property deed valuation report; or
    • Copies of fixed deposits.
    An affidavit of support or sponsor letter is required if the funds are not in his/her name.
  • English Proficiency Document for Non-Native English Speakers
    • An official TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic test score report to NPU:
      IELTS: 5.5; TOEFL: 61; PTE: 50; Cambridge PET Certificate; or
    • Completed and passed a college English credit course in an institution located in the U.S., U.K. Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, and where English is the language of instruction for the institution
  • Official SAT/ACT scores
    • No minimum requirement, however, the score is a factor affecting admissions decision
    • NPU’s institution Code for reporting
      • SAT score is 4335
      • ACT score is 1750
    * SAT/ACT Waiver applies to students with a U.S. high school diploma and/or 30 or more transferrable units from previous college/s

Who is an international transfer-in applicant?

An international student who is currently enrolled in another U.S. high school, college or University.

What do you need to do in order to apply?

Step 1. Complete NPU Application Form Online

Step 2. Pay $100 Non-Refundable Application Fee

Step 3. Upload soft copies AND submit hard copies of the following documents:

  • Your Passport
  • Your Visa & Most Recent I-94
  • Current University’s I-20
  • Official Transcripts
    • A high school CGPA of 2.5 or above meets minimum CGPA requirement.
    • A high school CGPA between 2.0 to 2.49 requires an interview with the Academic team, and a review of the last two semester grades (high school and/or college)
  • A freshman applicant is required to submit his/her high school diploma.
  • Original Financial Support Document (with the minimum amount of $30,000 available)
    • A current bank letter and bank statement; or
    • A loan letter from a lending institution; or
    • A property deed valuation report; or
    • Copies of fixed deposits.
    An affidavit of support or sponsor letter is required if the funds are not in his/her name.
  • English Proficiency Document for Non-Native English Speakers
    • An official TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic test score report to NPU:
      IELTS: 5.5; TOEFL: 61; PTE: 50; Cambridge PET Certificate; or
    • Completed secondary school or a college degree program where English was the language of instruction; or
    • Completed and passed a college English credit course in an institution located in the U.S., U.K. Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, and where English is the language of instruction for the institution; or
    • An English assessment report from a few U.S. English language institutions recognized by major universities in the U.S.; or
  • Official SAT/ACT scores
    • If you have earned your high school diploma from a foreign institution
    • No minimum requirement, however, the score is a factor affecting admissions decision
    • NPU’s institution Code for reporting
      • SAT score is 4335
      • ACT score is 1750
    * SAT/ACT Waiver applies to students with a U.S. high school diploma and/or 30 or more transferrable units from previous college/s

Who is a change of status applicant?

An applicant who is currently in the United States on any one of the following non-immigrant visas such as A2, B1, B2, F2, H1B, H4, L1, L2, etc.

What do you need to do in order to apply?

Step 1. Complete NPU Application Form Online

Step 2. Pay $100 Non-Refundable Application Fee

Step 3. Upload soft copies AND submit hard copies of the following documents:

  • Your Passport or a Government Issued I.D.
  • Your Visa & Most Recent I-94
  • Official Transcripts
    • A high school CGPA of 2.5 or above meets minimum CGPA requirement.
    • A high school CGPA between 2.0 to 2.49 requires an interview with the Academic team, and a review of the last two semester grades (high school and/or college)
  • A freshman applicant is required to submit his/her high school diploma.
  • Original Financial Support Document (with the minimum amount of $30,000 available)
    • A current bank letter and bank statement; or
    • A loan letter from a lending institution; or
    • A property deed valuation report; or
    • Copies of fixed deposits.
    An affidavit of support or sponsor letter is required if the funds are not in his/her name.
  • English Proficiency Document for Non-Native English Speakers
    • An official TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic test score report to NPU:
      IELTS: 5.5; TOEFL: 61; PTE: 50; Cambridge PET Certificate; or
    • Completed secondary school or a college degree program where English was the language of instruction; or
    • Completed and passed a college English credit course in an institution located in the U.S., U.K. Australia, New Zealand, or Canada, and where English is the language of instruction for the institution; or
    • An English assessment report from a few U.S. English language institutions recognized by major universities in the U.S.; or
    • Successfully completed NPU’s IEP Level 5 (NPU Intensive English Program)
  • Official SAT/ACT scores
    • If you have earned your high school diploma from a foreign institution
    • No minimum requirement, however, the score is a factor affecting admissions decision
    • NPU’s institution Code for reporting
      • SAT score is 4335
      • ACT score is 1750
    * SAT/ACT Waiver applies to students with a U.S. high school diploma and/or 30 or more transferrable units from previous college/s