The Financial Aid Office is here to help make the financial aid process as easy as possible for current students. See the top three things you should know that will help you continue to receive financial assistance each school year.
Saint Joseph’s Office of Undergraduate Admission is here to make the financial aid process as easy as possible. That’s why we created a video to help prospective students (like you!) and their families gain a better understanding of financial aid and the opportunities available to help finance their education.
By enrolling at Saint Joseph’s University, you’ll not only make an investment in your immediate future after college, but you will be prepared for a lifetime of unlimited success. With a variety of scholarships, grants and other financing options, there are many opportunities for you to achieve your goals and receive a well-rounded education that prepares you for whatever professional opportunities come your way.
Financial aid is funding that helps bridge the gap between college costs and what a family can afford to pay toward the total cost of a college education.
It all starts with the FAFSA. The FAFSA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is available for students to file at fafsa.gov. It is the application for federal, state and Saint Joseph’s University need-based aid. Be sure to file the 2021-2022 FAFSA, listing Saint Joseph’s University, school code 003367, as a recipient school in order to take the first step to get the financial assistance that you may need. Financial aid packages for admitted students are released as following:
Incoming Freshmen (Fall Semester)
Early Action: Mid-January
Early Decision I: Included with notification of admission
Early Decision II: Included with notification of admission
Regular Decision: By mid-March
Connect with the Office of Undergraduate Admission to explore all the ways to achieve your degree. There are parent loans, private student loans, payment plans and other ways available to cover any remaining out-of-pocket cost after your financial aid package. Learn more about financial aid and policies at Saint Joseph’s.