Apply for Aid- Fill out FAFSA

Use Title IV Code 002051 and complete on or after October 1 each year.

Make sure you check out forms and helpful links (new students and returning students) to understand important information about applying for aid.

You may also want to know more about:

Understand Your Financial Aid Offer Letter

Once we review your FAFSA, we will send you a financial aid offer letter. What does it all mean? Click on the links below for more information about Understanding Your 2020-21 Financial Aid Offer.

Pay Your Bill

Besides scholarships and grants, how can you supplement the cost of attending Saint Joseph’s? Below are useful links to guide you through the process.

Make Your Decision

Contact Us

Financial Aid questions

Office of Financial Aid

Billing questions

Office of Student Accounts
FAX: 207-893-7678

Loan deferment questions

FAX: 207-893-7701

Maine Opportunity Tax Credit

Live + Work in Maine logoThe State of Maine recognizes the investment you’ve made in your education, and has puts its money where its mouth is – come here to live and work, and the State will reimburse your student loan payments via the Maine Opportunity Tax Credit. The Maine Opportunity Tax Credit reimburses student loan payments for college graduates who live and work in Maine. This tax credit is administered by the Maine Revenue Service.