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Students may apply until August 1, if space is available. The financial aid priority deadline is March 1. The regular admission priority deadline for nursing applications is December 15, and for all other programs is March 1.
Applicants are required to take the SAT or ACT, including transfer students with fewer than 15 college credit hours.
Yes! Early-action applications are due by November 15.
We offer open houses throughout the year as well as program focus days. Individual tours are available Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. In May, our tours are 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. To schedule a visit, call the Admissions Office at 800-338-7057 or 207-893-7746, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit a New Student Deposit Form online along with your $200 tuition deposit.
To apply for financial aid, visit our applying for financial aid page, which has information and links to our forms, deadlines, eligibility and more.
For most degree programs, we offer monthly course start dates and a rolling admissions cycle – so you can apply at any time and your application will be reviewed once we receive all required materials. Applications for the Master of Science in Nursing programs are reviewed quarterly in March, June, September and December. Please contact one of our admissions counselors for more information on specific program deadlines.
Yes! The college offers federal financial aid for students enrolled in an online degree programs, but not certificate or continuing education courses. Eligible students who have schedules that will allow them to complete courses on time, and who also plan to remain enrolled without breaks, may find that federal aid is a good option. Funding is available through both the Federal Stafford Loan and the Federal Pell Grant (for undergraduates only). For students who desire a more flexible financing option, please contact the Office of Financial Aid for credit-based educational loans that can be used to meet tuition and summer residency costs.
Online students are afforded several ways to engage with their education. There’s a self-directed format, meaning you can begin a course at the beginning of every month. Group learning typically consists of several students who follow a specific start-and-end date, as well as various assignments. A typical course requires completion of a number of assignments submitted online, and interaction with your instructor and/or other students through the online learning portal, Brightspace. There are several other course formats as well that can fit your needs.
No. Our online graduate programs do not require the GRE or GMAT tests.
Find your place at our 474-acre campus on the shore of Sebago Lake. With more than 40 academic programs to choose from, and a robust extracurricular club and athletics environment, Saint Joseph’s home on the lake is the perfect place to prepare for your future.
Offering distance education for learners of all ages since 1976, Saint Joseph’s online programs include certificates, associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees—academic levels that suit your level.
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Advance your career with our online programs—from certificates on up to master’s degrees. We have provided distance learning for 40 years, so you can count on our expertise to prepare you for your future.