Update concerning FAFSA delays
St. John’s endeavors to make the college affordable for all students by providing merit scholarships and need-based financial aid. You can estimate costs by using our Net Price Calculator.
All applicants are eligible to receive merit scholarships and are assessed for merit scholarships on the basis of their application for admission. Applicants seeking need-based financial aid, which can include grants, loans, and work study opportunities, should follow the instructions below.
For US citizens and permanent residents applying for need-based financial aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required and the CSS Profile is strongly encouraged at the same time you submit your application for admission.
If applying Early Decision or Early Action, applicants should submit the CSS Profile at the same time they submit the application for admission and then submit the FAFSA when it becomes available (currently scheduled by the Department of Education for December 2023). If applying Regular Decision or Rolling Admission, applicants should submit the FAFSA and CSS Profile at the same time they submit the application for admission.
For international students applying for need-based financial aid, the CSS Profile is required and should be submitted at the same time you submit the application for admission. For more information, please read our guide to financial aid for international applicants.
Students and parents interested in applying for educational loans listed on the award notice need to complete the online Master Promissory Note (MPN). Entrance Counseling is also required and should be completed at the same time.
Your financial aid file must be complete for your financial aid funds to be credited to your student account.
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