of Arts and Sciences
Tuition and Financial Aid
2003 2004 Undergraduate Tuition
per academic year
per credit (less than 12 credits)
St. Joseph's College makes available several tuition financing options through
our deferment programs. Interested students may obtain brochures and applications
from the Business Office.
Financial Aid Application Instructions
Financial Aid Office (718) 636-6808
All matriculating students, including transfer students, may apply for financial
aid. Your consideration for a scholarship or financial aid from St. Joseph's
College is dependent upon your making application and receiving official notification
of your acceptance into the college. To be considered for a scholarship and/or
other types of financial aid from government or college sources, the student
should follow these procedures each year:
the U.S. Department of Education Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) designating St. Joseph's College, Brooklyn, NY as recipient. USDE
code #002825. The FAFSA may be completed on the Internet at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Complete the New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Application for
full-time students. Part-time students should complete the NYS Aid for Part-time
Study (APTS) Application. NYS code #0755.
Complete the SJC Financial Aid Application.
Verify parent/student/spouse incomes by providing signed copies of federal/state
tax returns to the Financial Aid Office. Complete any other verification requirements
Priority for certain financial aid programs will be given to students who
adhere to recommended filing dates.
Freshmen: The College requires that all admissions forms (admissions applications,
high school records, SAT results) be received on or before March 15 for
Fall entering students and January 1 for Spring entering students.
The College requires that all admissions forms (admissions applications, transcripts)
be received on or before August 1 for Fall entering students and January
1 for Spring entering students.
Board of Trustees Scholarship
Scholarships & Financial
Any entering freshman student with an outstanding academic record will be considered
for this full tuition scholarship (less outside aid).
Entering freshman students with a 90 H.S. academic average and 1100 total on SAT
will be considered. These are full tuition scholarships (less outside aid).
Blanche A. Knauth Scholarship
Entering freshman female students who demonstrate outstanding academic promise
and financial need will be considered. This is a full tuition scholarship (less
Achievement Scholarship (for transfers)
Entering transfer students with a 3.0 cum or better (4pt scale) will be considered.
Certain conditions apply. These partial tuition scholarships are up to $6,300
per year (3.6 or better), up to $3,000 per year (3.2 or better), up to $1,500
per year (3.0 or better).
Scholastic Achievement Award
Entering freshman students with an 85 H.S. academic average and 1000 total
on SAT will be considered. These partial tuition scholarships vary up to $7,000
Sons and daughters of alumni are considered.
If funding permits, other relatives of alumni are considered.
The amount of these scholarships varies.
SJC Scholarships and SJC Grants
demonstrate financial need, special interest, academic promise will be considered. Award amounts vary according to financial need
and available funds.
Any student may apply for the limited number of positions available.
Note: Minimum requirements
in both verbal and math SAT categories considered for scholarships.
The above noted terms and conditions for the award of grants and scholarships
are subject to change at the discretion of St. Josephs College without prior
SJC participates in the following federal programs: Pell Grant, Supplemental
Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), College Work Study Program, Perkins Loan,
and Family Education Loan Programs/Stafford and Plus Loans.
For information about Federal
Student Aid Programs please visit
Department of Education (OPE/ED), Student Financial Assistance.
New York State Programs
SJC participates in the following state programs: Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
for full-time students and Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS) for part-time students.
New York State also has several scholarship and other award programs. For information
about New York State Programs please visit The
New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC).