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Affordable, Christ-Centered Education

What types of families are affording Jessup?

Family Income

  • $0 - $39,999
  • $40,000 - $79,999
  • $80,000 - $119,999
  • $120,000 - $159,999
  • $160,000 +

More than 50% of our families make less than $80,000!

Federal, State, and Institutional Financial Aid options make a Christ-Centered Education at Jessup the higher education choice for families from all economic backgrounds.

How much does Jessup cost?

Sticker Price VS. Actual Price

  • YOU PAY
  • Cal Grant
  • Pell Grants
  • Academic and Need-Based Aid
  • Federal Student Loans

What will I have to pay?

With 99% of our students receiving financial aid, we do all we can to make your out of pocket cost affordable. This chart is a visual example of how someone with exceptional grades and a low FAFSA® EFC can have the majority of their costs covered.

Won't I have a huge loan?

WJU's Average Loan Debt is 23% below average!

First-Time Freshmen who graduated in 2017 borrowed significantly less than their peers across the nation.

How much do students borrow at WJU before graduating?

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$28,686

According to Forbes magazine, America's graduates had an average $37,172 in student debt.

How many WJU students never take loans?

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23%

In 2017, 23% of our graduates who came in as first-time-freshmen never borrowed loans.

Take the next step!

Don’t wait! Financial aid can be limited. Priority is given to early applicants. Start a conversation with Jessup about who you are, what you want to achieve and how Jessup may be the right fit for your future (and your wallet).

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