Find all you need to get financial aid, when you need to do it — and how we help you!
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is your FREE, one-stop shop for all federal, state + JWU aid.
Next, you’ll receive your preliminary aid package.
Our aid packages may include a combination of loans + grants — and possibly scholarships (which you don’t have to repay).
Loans allow you to borrow money for school. They are legal obligations – and you must repay them, with interest.
Talk to your JWU financial planner about loan options, repayment plans and managing debt.
Subsidized and or Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans
“Subsidized” means that the federal government pays the interest while you’re in school.
Awarded to students:
Federal Direct Parent PLUS
Low-interest loan. You must be a:
Check with your employer’s human resources department to see if they have a tuition assistance program.
We recommend that you exhaust ALL grant, scholarship and federal loan options prior to obtaining a private loan.
Based on financial need, you can earn extra money in college – working part-time work on campus and with select community service organizations – through this limited federal program.
Your JWU financial planner guides you through every step of paying for college, and helps you:
Once you receive your aid package, you will be sent your planner's contact info.
Once you decide to enroll at JWU, complete these quick steps:
TIP: Review your invoice with your annual charges + financial aid.
You’re almost a JWU Wildcat– just a few more steps. You will receive info so you can:
Once you are accepted, you will have full access to
iGrad, a financial literacy site.
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