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We are honored that you considered Northpoint Bible College for your undergraduate experience. The first step is to apply. After applying follow the next steps to complete your registration process. If you should have any further questions or need any assistance, please contact the Enrollment team: Enrollment Team  |  978.478.3489

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ADMISSIONS PROCESS

Application

All prospective students fill out an application. The application includes:

  • Personal Information
  • Educational Information
  • Family Information
  • Financial Information
  • Three Short Essays

Reference & Transcripts

Once the Enrollment Team receives your application, they contact you by email confirming your application is received.

Enrollment Team: Sends an email link to your pastoral reference (Prospective student provides this in the application).

Prospective Student: The students contacts their high school and college(s) admissions offices to send official transcripts* to Northpoint: [email protected]  | 320 S. Main St. Haverhill MA 01830

Teen Challenge Prospective Student: The Teen Challenge prospective student provide both a pastoral reference and an additional Teen Challenge reference along with contacting their high school and college(s) admissions offices to send official transcripts* to Northpoint: [email protected]  | 320 S. Main St. Haverhill MA 01830

*The Admissions committee can provisionally accept students with unofficial transcripts, but official transcripts are required.

Admission Committee Review

Once the Enrollment Department receives the student’s application, short essays, pastoral reference, and transcripts the student’s file goes under review with the Admissions Committee for a decision. This decision should take 24 hours.

Post Admissions Paperwork

Once the student is accepted, the Enrollment Team sends additional email documents to be filled out and returned.

INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS PROCESS

Pre-Application

All international prospective students need to complete the International Pre-Application and submit it to Northpoint’s Enrollment Office.

Application

Once finished with the Pre-Application, then international students fill out an application.

The application includes:

  • Personal Information
  • Educational Information
  • Family Information
  • Financial Information
  • Three Short Essays

References & Transcripts

Once the Enrollment Team receives your application, they contact you by email confirming your application is received.

Enrollment Team: Sends an email link to your pastoral reference (Prospective student provides this in the application).

International Prospective Student: The students contacts their high school and college(s) admissions offices to send official transcripts* to Northpoint’s Enrollment Office 320 S. Main St. Haverhill MA 01830

Teen Challenge International Prospective Student: The Teen Challenge prospective student provide both a pastoral reference and an additional Teen Challenge reference along with contacting their high school and college(s) admissions offices to send official transcripts* to Northpoint: [email protected]  | 320 S. Main St. Haverhill MA 01830

Admissions & Review

Once the Registrar’s Office and the Enrollment Department receives the International student’s pre-application, application, short essays, pastoral reference, and transcripts the student’s file goes under review with the Admissions Committee for a decision. This decision should take 24 hours.

Post Admissions

Once the student is accepted, Northpoint’s Registrar Office sends additional email documents to be filled out and returned.

*The Admissions committee can provisionally accept students with unofficial transcripts, but official transcripts are required.

TOEFL

 Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam. To be granted admission, a score of 61 with a writing subtest score of 17 or higher on the internet based exam or a score of 500 on the paper exam is required for admission. Check your country’s availability.

Academic Records

Once the Enrollment Team receives your application, they contact you by email confirming your application is received.

Enrollment Team: Sends an email link to your pastoral reference (Prospective student provides this in the application).

International Prospective Student: The students contacts their high school and college(s) admissions offices to send official transcripts to Northpoint: Enrollment Office | 320 S. Main St. Haverhill MA 01830

Process

Once your application is fully submitted and you have been accepted into NPBC, then you will work closely with the Registrar’s office for your F-1 Visa.

Please note that this process may take several months due to government complexities, so please start this process sooner than later.

Review: 

  • Pre-Application (Including Financial  Statements)
  • Documentation of Finances – Deposit of 50% tuition and fees must accompany the documentation fo finances
  • Application
  • References
  • Transcripts
  • TOEFL
  • I-20

DISCOVER YOUR CALLING

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District school of ministry

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Did you know that Northpoint Bible College has an articulation agreement with the Association of District School of Ministry and accepts up to 27 credit hours towards a Bachelor of Arts degree? These credits almost stand for a full year of college at a fraction of the cost! Here is the breakdown: 

  • Certified Level-9 credits 
  • Licensed Level-9 credits 
  • Ordained Level-9 credits 

For more information please contact us: [email protected]

VETERANS

Northpoint Bible College and Graduate School (NPBC) welcomes all veterans! We are grateful for our men and women in military service who sacrifice every day in order to preserve our freedom. We are a military friendly campus and are ready to serve you!

Just as each branch of the military is on mission, Northpoint is on a mission to fulfill the Great Commission. The Registrar’s office engages with Veteran Affairs and serves our military-affiliated students to receive their benefits as our students transition into traditional college life.

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Find Your Military Benefits

Under S2248 PL 115-407 Section 103, Northpoint Bible College will not impose a late fee, denial of access to facilities, or other penalty against a veteran or eligible dependent due to a late payment of tuition and/or fees from the VA up to the certified benefits amount. Any portion of the student bill not covered by VA benefits is still expected to be settled by appropriate due dates.

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“There is no educational institution that I can think of that lifts up the Academics but also is strong in the fact that we are a school of the Spirit. “

Wesley Aggrey — Class of 2021