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Verification

The federal government requires all Title IV colleges and universities to go through a review process known as verification. This process confirms all information submitted on the FAFSA for accuracy and completeness and confirms the student’s maximum financial aid eligibility. If you are selected for verification, you will be required to submit the following documents before your federal and/or state aid can be finalized:

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Direct GRAD Plus Loan

The Direct Grad PLUS Loan is a loan that a graduate student can take out to cover a current balance. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS LOAN IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY OBTAINING A BACHELOR DEGREE. This is a 3-step process that typically only takes 5-15 minutes per step. Before getting started, we recommend checking out your WJU billing account on the student portal. This is the best place to…

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Direct PLUS Loan Instructions

The Direct Parent PLUS Loan is a loan that a parent can take out in their own name to help cover a student’s balance. This is a 3-step process that typically only takes 5-15 minutes per step. Before getting started, we recommend checking out your WJU billing account on the student portal (new or returning students) or your Cost Worksheet provided by the Financial Aid Office (new…

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Code Of Conduct

Introduction William Jessup University values the integrity of our institution and its people. The position you hold within William Jessup University is evidence of the trust we have in our faculty and staff. Compliance with the spirit as well as the letter of all applicable laws, regulations, and William Jessup University policies, and performance of our duties according to the highest standards of honesty…

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Satisfactory Academic Progress

Definition of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Federal Regulations specify that a student must be making progress towards his or her academic degree in order to receive Financial Aid. In order to remain eligible for federal, state, and institutional aid, a student must maintain “Satisfactory Academic Progress” as outlined in the following 3 measures: Cumulative GPA Undergraduate Students = 2.0 Minimum Graduate Students = 3.0…

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Forms & Resources

WJU Scholarship Applications Church Partnership Grant Application (NEW students starting at WJU) Church Partnership Grant Renewal Form (RETURNING students only) Diversity Grant Application (traditional undergraduate students only) Endowed Scholarship Application Legacy Scholarship Application (traditional undergraduate students only) Ministry Worker Grant Application (NEW students starting at WJU) Ministry Worker Grant Renewal Form (RETURNING students only) WJU Scholar Award Application (traditional undergraduate students only) Secure Document…

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Cal Grant

Cal Grant is a great way to receive funding for college. This state-provided grant does not need to be repaid. If you are a California resident, the information below can help you apply. Important deadline: March 2nd! Who can apply? Seniors in High School or recent High School graduates within one year of graduation. Community College Students transferring to 4-year University for the first…

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Veterans Benefits

William Jessup University fully participates in educational benefits for veterans, including those related to the Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill®, the Montgomery GI Bill® and other education benefits administered by the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs. Yellow Ribbon Program (Post 9/11 GI Bill®) Amount: For students with 100% eligibility, tuition charges and most fees are covered. Eligibility: Benefit eligibility is based on length…

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