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St. John’s College offers both need- and merit-based financial aid for prospective freshmen. In addition to merit-based scholarships and need-based aid, St. John’s also provides students the opportunity to work on campus through our Campus Employment Program. Positions are limited and require eligibility for Federal Work-Study or International Work-Study.
St. John’s offers students the Net Price Calculator as a guide for early financial preparation for college. Please note these tools are for estimates only. The actual award package will vary depending upon the time of year, regulatory and institutional policy changes, availability of funds as well as verifiable financial information.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for students in the United States to be considered for institutional grant aid and federal financial assistance. Follow the steps below to apply for financial aid at St. John’s College. It is important to observe the deadlines. See the financial aid timeline below for guidance and deadlines for applying to the college and applying for financial aid.
According to federal guidelines, all students who wish to receive Title IV aid must now have a high school diploma, a recognized equivalent (e.g., GED), or meet the home school requirements. Please contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions about your eligibility.
The CSS Profile is available for international students who want to be considered for financial aid. St. John’s requires all students to apply online through the College Board website. When completing your CSS Profile, please report financial information in your home country currency as of the date you are filing the application. Please see the table below for a list of dates and deadlines. Please note that all those who wish to apply for financial aid must do so by our priority deadline of February 1.
Students and parents interested in applying for educational loans listed on the award notice need to complete the online Master Promissory Note (MPN). The Financial Aid Office will originate the loans after this step is completed. 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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