For scholarship consideration, the College recommends that all required admission materials (admission application, high school transcript(s), letter(s) of recommendation and personal essay) be received by the Office of Admission on or before March 15 for fall entering students and Jan. 1 for spring entering students. It is also highly recommended that you submit any of the relevant optional items (optional writing sample, resume/activities and SAT/ACT test results) that you wish to be considered as part of your application review. These items should be submitted before these same deadlines.
Top Tier Scholarships
Entering freshmen with a minimum 90 cumulative high school average and a satisfactory portfolio review will be considered. The portfolio review will be influenced by the required and optional items that are submitted including rigor of curriculum, letter(s) of recommendation, personal essay, resume/activities, optional writing sample, demonstrated interest in St. Joseph's College and SAT/ACT test results (if applicable.) Top-tier scholarships begin at $17,000 per year.
Scholastic Achievement Awards
Entering freshmen with a minimum 80 cumulative high school average and a satisfactory portfolio review will be considered. Scholastic achievement awards range from $10,000 - $13,000 per year.
The ACES Program for English Language and Culture awards a $12,000 per year grant to eligible freshmen students who have immigrated to the United States within the last eight years, speak English as their second language and have completed their high school coursework while acquiring a foundation in reading, writing and English.
Additional SJC Scholarships and Grants
Students who meet qualifying characteristics, such as high school attended, financial need, special interests, academic promise and geographic location, along with certain alumni relatives, may be considered for additional grants. Award amounts may vary, but range from $1,000 - $5,000.