Tuition assistance Q&A
For incoming students, applications for tuition assistance are due on the same date as the application deadline. For returning students, applications are due December 31.
St. John's uses the FACTS Aid system to determine a family's financial need. When you complete the FACTS Aid application, all of the financial and personal information that is provided is processed using a formula that determines the amount you will be able to pay. The remaining amount is your financial need and St. John's will work to meet as much of that need as possible.
No. If you receive tuition assistance, you do not need to repay the funds.
We expect students to make satisfactory progress, but no minimum grade average is required.
Families must reapply for tuition assistance every year. Tuition assistance awards are recalculated for each academic year. The deadline for returning students is December 31.
My former spouse may not support this process. Does he/she have to submit an application for assistance?
No. If you are estranged from your former spouse and they will not be providing any financial help, please do not include them in the process.
Yes. Boys who qualify for a merit scholarship are also eligible to receive need-based tuition assistance. Tuition assistance is awarded separately from merit scholarships.
Accepted students will receive financial aid award letters along with their acceptance letter. Returning students will receive financial aid award letters in the beginning of March.