Financial Aid Advisement Services
To learn more about financial aid, eligbility, or how the university administers financial aid, visit:
Title IV Code of Conduct
An institutional financial aid professional is expected to always maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out his or her responsibilities, specifically including all dealings with any entities involved in any manner in student financial aid, regardless of whether such entities are involved in a government sponsored, subsidized, or regulated activity. In doing so, a financial aid professional should:
- Refrain from taking any action for his or her personal benefit.
- Refrain from taking any action he or she believes is contrary to law, regulation, or the best interests of the students and parents he or she serves.
- Ensure that the information he or she provides is accurate, unbiased, and does not reflect any preference arising from actual or potential personal gain.
- Be objective in making decisions and advising his or her institution regarding relationships with any entity involved in any aspect of student financial aid.
- Refrain from soliciting or accepting anything of other than nominal value from any entity (other than an institution of higher education or a governmental entity such as the U.S. Department of Education) involved in the making, holding, consolidating or processing of any student loans, including anything of value (including reimbursement of expenses) for serving on an advisory body or as part of a training activity of or sponsored by any such entity.
- Disclose to his or her institution, in such manner as his or her institution may prescribe, any involvement with or interest in any entity involved in any aspect of student financial aid.
(Taken from NASFAA's Statement of Ethical Principles)
Financial Aid Application and Forms
To access the financial aid application and any additional forms that may be needed, please visit:
Many students who apply for Title IV financial aid have to complete a process called verification or submit additional documentation. Northcentral University may ask the student to submit documents to verify that the information provided on the FAFSA is accurate. To learn more about the verification process, visit:
Professional judgment is an opportunity for the parent, student, or Northcentral University to account for exceptions in certain areas that might allow more financial aid eligibility. The goal of professional judgment is to assess whether current circumstances preventing a student from receiving adequate financial assistance should be considered. To learn more about professional judgment, visit:
Financial Aid Awarding
The process by which financial aid is awarded to students can vary by institution. Northcentral University's institutional packaging philosophy ensures students are awarded aid from the Title IV student financial assistance programs in a consistent and equitable manner. To learn more about how NCU packages financial aid, visit:
Financial Aid Disbursements
For information about the financial aid is disbursement process visit: