New to Financial Aid?

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William Jessup University has a Financial Aid Office designed to offer you a personalized
financial aid experience. You will be matched with a counselor that will care for your individual needs and work with you from start-to-finish to help you succeed. We understand that financial aid can be a frustrating process, and we are here to help!

Step 1 of 3 – FAFSA

First, you will need to fill out the FAFSA in order to determine your need for financial aid. You can complete this online at FAFSA.gov. Be sure to list WJU on your school list so we’re able to see your FAFSA. WJU’s school code is 001281. Complete the FAFSA (online)

What does it mean if I’m selected for verification?

Step 2 of 3 – Apply to WJU!

Much of the information we need to award your financial aid is retrieved from the FAFSA and your WJU Application for Admission. Once the Financial Aid Office has received your information, you may be contacted with instructions on what forms and documents will be needed to complete and confirm your financial aid. If you would like to take a look at a full catalog of the aid available for your program, visit the Undergraduate Institutional Aid Page.

Step 3 of 3 – Confirm Your Aid

After all forms and documents are turned in and you are officially accepted to WJU, new students will receive a financial aid offer letter which lists the financial aid that you are eligible for. Review this letter carefully and return it to the Financial Aid Office so that we can update your student account accordingly. If you were eligible for Federal Stafford loans and wish to borrow them, be sure to complete a Loan Agreement (MPN) and Entrance Counseling with the Department of Education.

Step 1 of 3 – FAFSA

First, you will need to fill out the FAFSA in order to determine your need for financial aid. You can complete this online at FAFSA.gov. Be sure to list WJU on your school list so we’re able to see your FAFSA. WJU’s school code is 001281. Complete the FAFSA (online)

What does it mean if I’m selected for verification?

Step 2 of 3 – Apply to WJU!

Much of the information we need to award your financial aid is retrieved from the FAFSA and your WJU Application for Admission. Once the Financial Aid Office has received your information, you may be contacted with instructions on what forms and documents will be needed to complete and confirm your financial aid. If you would like to take a look at a full catalog of the aid available for your program, visit the School of Professional Studies Institutional Aid Page.

Step 3 of 3 – Confirm Your Aid

After all forms and documents are turned in and you are officially accepted to WJU, new students will receive a financial aid offer letter which lists the financial aid that you are eligible for. Review this letter carefully and return it to the Financial Aid Office so that we can update your student account accordingly. If you were eligible for Federal Stafford loans and wish to borrow them, be sure to complete a Loan Agreement (MPN) and Entrance Counseling with the Department of Education.

Step 1 of 3 – FAFSA

First, you will need to fill out the FAFSA in order to qualify for student loans and determine your need for financial aid. You can complete this online at FAFSA.gov. Be sure to list WJU on your school list so we’re able to see your FAFSA. WJU’s school code is 001281. Complete FAFSA (online)

What does it mean if I’m selected for verification?

Step 2 of 3 – Apply to WJU!

Much of the information we need to award your financial aid is retrieved from the FAFSA and your WJU Application for Admission. Once the Financial Aid Office has received your information, you may be contacted with instructions on what forms and documents will be needed to complete and confirm your financial aid. If you would like to take a look at a full catalog of the aid available for your program, visit the Graduate Studies Institutional Aid Page.

Step 3 of 3 – Confirm Your Aid

After all forms and documents are turned in and you are officially accepted to WJU, new students will receive a financial aid offer letter which lists the financial aid that you are eligible for. Review this letter carefully and return it to the Financial Aid Office so that we can update your student account accordingly. If you were eligible for Federal Stafford loans and wish to borrow them, be sure to complete a Loan Agreement (MPN) and Entrance Counseling with the Department of Education.