2014–2015 Undergraduate Costs
(the 2015-2016 costs will be released in the beginning of April)
View the complete cost breakdown for the 2014–2015 academic school year.
Saint Joseph’s University works with families to help make an SJU education affordable through need-based grants, loans and federal workstudy. To qualify for need-based financial assistance, you must fill out and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The preferred FAFSA filing deadline is February 15, and SJU’s federal school code is 003367 (only U.S. citizens or permanent residents should complete a FAFSA). To learn more about financial aid: sju.edu/financialaid
Every student who completes an application for admission is automatically considered for merit scholarships. Awards are made based on the strength of the applicant pool. Saint Joseph’s three merit scholarships are valued from partial to full tuition. Other special scholarships may require separate applications that include SAT or ACT scores. For more information about scholarships: sju.edu/scholarships
More than 100 percent of the SJU student body receives some form of financial assistance, and in 2014 Saint Joseph’s awarded more than $60 million in institutional merit and need-based aid.