St. John’s is committed to a financial aid program that rewards academic merit and recognizes financial need. The college’s financial aid program tailors each financial aid package to the students individual circumstances with a combination of college-funded scholarships and need-based grants, low-interest student loans, and work-study. Our awarding process is very personalized, and our commitment to making a St. John’s education affordable to all students, regardless of income, is unwavering.
The average financial aid package at St. John’s is more than half of the total cost of attendance. This includes need-based financial aid and merit scholarships.
St. John’s College follows a need-blind admissions policy. Applicants are considered for admission independently of their need for financial aid.
St. John’s meets the full demonstrated need of all US citizens and permanent residents and provides generous need-based financial aid to international students. More than 70% of St. John’s students currently receive need-based financial aid. Students reapply for need-based aid each year. The FAFSA is required; the CSS Profile is required for international students.
Up to $23,000 per year, renewable for all four years. Both domestic and international students are eligible.