We understand that the financial aid process can be somewhat intimidating. To help out, we’ve created a financial aid glossary to help families understand the lingo. Check out the financial aid glossary.
Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to some commonly asked questions we get in the Financial Aid Office. View FAQs.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
Check out our Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy to see what you need to do to keep your financial aid as a returning student at Jessup. View SAP Policy.
Other Sources of Financial Aid
Students are encouraged to investigate other sources of financial assistance, including churches, employers, corporations, Internet scholarship searches and other organizations. Students who receive financial aid are required to report to the Financial Aid Office ALL scholarships and other resources known or expected to be available to contribute to the cost of each year of school (e.g. church assistance, scholarships received at awards ceremonies, employer assistance, etc.). Failure to report these resources may result in delay in receiving funds, cancellation of awards, or the reversal of funds already received. Whenever possible, Outside Aid is simply added to the other scholarships and grants a student receives. Unless required by other federal, state or institutional policies, no other awards will be reduced.