Financing your education

Financing your education

We're here to help.

  • We have a $16.3 M endowment.
  • More than 90% of SJC students receive aid.
  • The average financial aid package includes $18,000 in grants and scholarships.

Just by filling out the admissions application you'll be considered for:

  • Merit scholarships- based on GPA, SAT/ACT, community/school involvement;
  • Eligibility up to $16,000.

Financial aid forms

Complete the following form after January 1 and before our priority deadline of March 1 to be considered for grants, work-study funds and loans

Payment options

SJC offers families as much assistance as possible, but you may also want to use our financing options to manage your balance.

  • You may pay by semester or use our ten month, interest free payment plan with Tuition Management Systems.

Learn more about your financial aid options

   


Saint Joseph’s College has teamed up with SALT, a new membership program, to help our students manage their money and student loans.

What Is SALT?

SALT was created by American Student Assistance, a nonprofit organization, to help Saint Joseph’s College’s students learn how to manage your money and develop a plan to repay any education loans you may have. This program rewards you for making smart money decisions, and we’re providing all of its services to you – including your membership – free of charge.

Learn more at

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Scholarships

Last year, more than $9 million was awarded for the following scholarships (given to freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors):

Presidential Scholarship
McAuley Scholarship
Saint Joseph Scholarship
Mercy Scholarship
Xavier Scholarship

and $3.8 million was awarded in need-based grants. Merit awards are based on a full-time, four-year completion schedule and are made at the time of admission.

Merit scholarship calculator

More information on scholarships