Financial Aid

Loan assistance is available from two major sources: the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program and alternative loan programs from private lenders.  The  Direct Loan Program includes the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford and Federal Direct Graduate Plus Loans. Students taking two  units per quarter may be eligible for loans through these governmental loan programs.  For more information on federal loans, please visit the NU Financial Aid website here.

Incoming StudentsPlease find information for accepting, declining, or reducing your financial aid award online via CAESAR as well as information for completing your loan application materials. If you have not applied for financial aid and would like to do so, please review and submit the financial aid application materials on the New Student Welcome site

Returning Students: Information on Reapplying for Financial Aid can be found here.

Please note that the Evening & Weekend MBA Program at the Kellogg School does not process the financial aid documentation for Part-Time students. Rather, the Northwestern University Office of Financial Aid on the Chicago campus manages the qualifications and processing for E&W students. 

If you have any questions about the application process, you may contact the Financial Aid Office at (312) 503-8722 or email Michelle Wortel, the representative for the Evening & Weekend MBA program. 

Northwestern University 
Office of Financial Aid, Chicago (C315) 
710 N. Lake Shore Drive, Room 629 
Chicago, IL 60611-3078 
Phone: (312) 503-8722 
Fax: (312) 503-8700 
financial-aid-chicago@northwestern.edu

Grant Assistance
Although the Evening & Weekend MBA Program does not offer any grant assistance to students, a variety of scholarship programs are offered through various civic and professional organizations, as well as through state agencies and private foundations. Students are encouraged to investigate which programs may be available to them. Check out the Financial Aid website: http://www.finaid.org for scholarship information. The Kellogg School and Northwestern University are neither affiliated with this website nor responsible for the accuracy of its content.