Financial Aid and Tuition

St. Joseph's University, New York is dedicated to helping students and their families take full advantage of the many available financial aid opportunities. Our goal is to assist students to gain access to a quality private college education.

The Office of Financial Aid is responsible for providing all necessary information pertaining to the financial aid process. Staff is available to assist students with the financial aid application process and to provide information about available grants, scholarships, student loan programs and student work-study opportunities.

Applying for financial aid is fairly easy. You begin by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which should be completed by January 1 for spring entrance and February 25 for fall entrance, or as soon as possible after admission. The code for the Long Island Campus is E00505. Filing early is important because some funds may be limited.

Applying for financial aid is an annual process. You must reapply for financial aid every year during your college career.
The staff of the Office of Financial Aid looks forward to assisting you. To speak with a financial aid counselor, call 631.687.2600.

Tuition and Fees

Fall 2021
St. Joseph's University offers a private education of uncompromising quality at an incredibly affordable price.

Full time — $31,760 per year
Part time — $1,028 per credit

Other expenses you may expect to incur include books and supplies that average $1,000 per year, as well as personal and transportation expenses that average $1,800 per year.

Meal Cards
Students may purchase declining balance meal cards to be used at our on-campus dining facility.

Billing and Payment Information
Registered students can obtain an itemized bill any time by accessing the Student Web Finance section of the portal. The statement will reflect "real time" balances. Tuition and fee payment are due on or before the first day of classes. St. Joseph's University makes available several tuition financing options through our tuition deferment programs. Information about these payment plans can be obtained by contacting the bursar at 631.687.4555.