Forms & Resources
After reviewing your financial aid information, refer to the following resources for help with special payment, and additional financial aid options.
Admitted Students should view their financial aid award package in The Student Portal within The Nest.
Financing Options: Saint Joseph's allows for the sensible approach to paying for education expenses with a variety of payment options:
SJU's Monthly Installment Plan or call 1-800-722-4867 to speak to a representative.
SJU's payment options.
Don't forget to give your parents access to your bill. Click here for directions.
Military and/or national service benefits: The education benefits provided by the Post-9/11 GI Bill and Saint Joseph’s University allow veterans and their families with at least 36 months of aggregate service on or after September 11, 2011, and those discharges with a service-connected disability after 30 days, to attend SJU full or part-time with the cost of tuition covered. (Note: The tuition is not always covered; please check with your VA Representative to review your tuition benefits) Individuals who have served 90 days -36 months of aggregate service are eligible for a percentage of their tuition to be covered. Students are encouraged to verify eligibility of benefits with the VA and visit www.gibill.va.gov.
Federal and Non-Federal loans:
Learn more about loan repayment choices and estimated monthly Federal Loan payments at studentaid.gov.
Learn more about non-federal private education loans.
Below is a list with links to all Master Promissory Notes:
Federal Perkins Loan Master Promissory Note (The Federal Perkins Loan Note can be downloaded and printed from this page. The Federal Perkins Loan Note must be printed, completed, and the original sent to: Saint Joseph's University Hawk Central 5600 City Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131-1395)
Financial aid award appeal process
After reviewing your financial aid award in the student portal, you may submit an appeal based on the following special financial circumstances:
- Loss of income/unemployment
- Death of a wage earner
- Significant medical expenses not covered by insurance
- Other financial circumstance not reflected on the 2015-2016 FAFSA
Please contact your admission and financial aid counselor to discuss the appeal process.
Don't forget to let us know you're coming!
Submit your non-refundable deposit ($500 for resident student or $250 for commuting students)