Net Price Calculator

Help Your Students Look Beyond the Sticker Price

A private education at St. Joseph's College is within reach and more affordable than you think.

Today, more and more students and families are selecting their colleges based primarily on cost rather than fit or educational outcomes (career placement or graduate school entrance). A lack of confidence in the economy has increased tuition-price sensitivity to a level not seen in decades.

It is unfortunate that too many students rule out their first choice because of sticker price without exploring available financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Financial aid helps many students achieve the goal of going to college and, regardless of a student’s family situation, financial aid may be available to help meet college costs.

Most families actually pay less than the full cost to attend college. Colleges have a tool, the Net Price Calculator (NPC) to assist students and families in understanding the real cost of attending their institutions. The NPC is an online tool that, based on the information provided (such as family income and size) helps to calculate the actual cost of attending an institution.

At St. Joseph’s College, we place great priority on keeping our tuition within the reach of students and families. In fact, our tuition is the lowest of any four-year private college in the Long Island area. Moreover, we offer a generous scholarship and financial aid program for our students.

Help your students gain an estimate what the real cost of attendance is at St. Joseph’s College. Encourage them to use our Net Price Calculator.
 
If ever we can be of assistance to you or your students, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Gigi Lamens
Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management
glamens@sjcny.edu
631.687.4500

Amy Thompson
Director of Financial Aid
athompson@sjcny.edu
631.687.2600

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