YOU CAN AFFORD A ST. JOSEPH’S EDUCATION
COVID-19 STUDENT EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUND
The COVID-19 Student Emergency Assistance Fund at SJC will help those students who have been most affected by COVID-19 and its impact on SJC campuses and programs. For more information please email [email protected].
St. Joseph's College teams up with Solutions at ECMC
We’ve teamed up with Solutions at ECMC to answer all of your student loan repayment questions. Solutions is a service of the non-profit organization ECMC and is dedicated to helping students manage educational loans. Their resources are available to you free of charge. To contact a Solutions Student Loan Repayment Advisor you can email or web chat here, or call them at 877.331.3262.
At St. Joseph’s College, we provide opportunity to students who bring with them a variety of valuable experiences. We consider financial aid an investment in these deserving students, who enliven and enrich our campus community with their intellect and talent.
With one of the lowest private college tuition rates in New York State, we pride ourselves on a long tradition of bringing a top-tier education within financial reach. But even with reasonable tuition, you may need additional financial support. Our friendly, knowledgeable financial aid staff will assist you in determining your financial aid eligibility and the approach best suited to your particular situation—generally a combination of loans, grants, scholarships and work/study.
We strive to ensure that each student who wants a quality St. Joseph’s education can afford to attend. We look forward to working with you to make that possible.
Director of Financial Aid
Based on the information that you enter, we will provide you with an estimate of the different types of federal, state and institutional financial aid that you may qualify for.
To help facilitate this process, it would be helpful if you had the following items available before you being the net price calculator:
- Student and Parent most recent year Income Tax Returns
- Student merit information such as unweighted high school GPA