Graduate Institute Students

General Information

In order to make the programs of the Graduate Institute available to men and women of diverse circumstances, the college makes an effort to close the gap that may exist between the cost of these programs and students' financial resources. This financial assistance takes the form of St. John's grants and low-interest loans through the Stafford Loan Program, and is awarded on the basis of need. In recent years, at least 50% of the students in the Graduate Institute have qualified for some form of financial assistance. St. John's grants are applicable only to tuition, while loans may be used to cover living expenses as well.

Originally founded in 1967 as the Teachers Institute in Liberal Education, the Graduate Institute seeks to preserve a commitment to the education of teachers as a special part of its mission.  The Graduate Institute therefore offers special grants for educators.

Other information:
Tuition & Fees - Annapolis | Santa Fe
Financial Aid Forms
Financial Aid Application Deadlines
Graduate Institute Grants for Teachers and Educators
Loan Counseling and Application


New Students

Applications for financial aid from approved applicants are processed on a rolling basis. Because the availability of grants is limited, and they are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, applicants are urged to apply as early as possible.  Applicants are notified of their aid award within three weeks of the approval of their admissions applications or of the completed submission of the required financial aid documentation, whichever is later. No action will be taken on a financial application until a candidate is approved for admission to the Graduate Institute.

Students accepted into the Master of Arts in Liberal Arts or the Master of Arts in Eastern Classics have significantly better chance of having their full demonstrated need met if they are accepted into the Graduate Institute and have completed their FAFSA by the following dates:

Santa Fe Campus Annapolis Campus
Fall term - May 1 Fall term - March 1
Spring term - September 1 Spring term - September 1
Summer term - March 1 Summer term - February 15

 

Returning Students

The deadlines schedule outlines financial aid application requirements, and deposit deadlines for returning students. Returning students should also see Loan Counseling and Application.

 

Financial Aid Contact Information

Annapolis Campus Santa Fe Campus
St. John's College
Financial Aid Office
60 College Ave
Annapolis, MD 21401
Fax: 410-626-2885
Annapolis.FinancialAid@sjc.edu
St. John's College
Financial Aid Office
1160 Camino Cruz Blanca 
Santa Fe, NM 87505-4599 
Fax: 505-984-6164 
SantaFe.FinancialAid@sjc.edu

 

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