Are you concerned about how you will pay for your education? At North Lake College, we can help you explore your financial options. We offer a number of ways for students to pay for college including scholarships, grants, financial aid, work-study and more.
The opportunities for learning at North Lake College are as diverse as our student body.
Students seeking an affordable start toward a bachelor's degree, career and technical skills, personal enrichment, or lifelong learning can pursue their learning goals here.
North Lake College Continuing Education offers a variety of personal and professional development courses to fit your learning needs,
whether you want to learn a new job skill, enhance your career, or just want to have fun. Our instructors are industry professionals who bring real world
experience and hands on skills into the classroom.
North Lake provides a variety of programs and services to help students reach their academic goals and to enhance their personal, intellectual and social development.
When you complete your degree at North Lake College, you have several options to stay in the United States and continue learning: entering a year of on-the-job workforce training (OPT), or transferring to another university to get a bachelor's or other higher degree.
To transfer, you need to request a change to your form I-20, which specifies the schools U.S. immigration allows you to attend. You must request this transfer within 60 days of completing your studies or your OPT employment. Failure to transfer or leave the United States within this 60-day grace period will result in a violation of your F1 status. If you are not sure when your 60-day grace period expires, please consult the International Center immediately.
Provide the International Center with a SEVIS release request form (available online or in our office) and a copy of your acceptance letter from the school you wish to attend. Incomplete transfer requests will not be processed.