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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 student families make less than $80,000 annually!

Federal, State, and Institutional Financial Aid options make a Christ-Centered Education at Jessup affordable to a wide array of student demographics. Jessup is the higher education choice for families from all economic backgrounds.

How does Jessup compare?

Cost of William Jessup University 2017-18

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WJU is more affordable than other CCCU Schools of similar size

Cost of Other CA CCCU Schools 2017-18*

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Christian education is valuable!

*Only schools with more than 1,000 students. Prices used for comparison are: Tuition, required fees & full room and board.

I can't afford $50,077!

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

You may not have to!

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

WJU's Average Loan Debt is 31% below average!

How much do students borrow at WJU before graduating?

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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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In 2016, 26% of our graduates who came in as first-time-freshmen never borrowed loans.

Above based on students who entered as First-Time Freshmen and graduated in 2016

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).

Step 1 of 3 – Fill out FAFSA

You will need to fill out the FAFSA in order to determine your need for financial aid. Complete a FAFSA before March 2nd in order to ensure that you are evaluated for all forms of aid. Be sure to list WJU on your school list so that we are able to see your FAFSA.


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Step 2 of 3 – Apply to Jessup

Much of the information we need to award your financial aid is retrieved from the FAFSA and your WJU application for admission. Once you have been accepted to WJU, you may be contacted with instructions on what forms and documents will be needed to complete and confirm your financial aid.


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Step 3 of 3 – Confirm Aid

After all forms and documents are turned in and you are officially accepted to Jessup, new students will receive a financial aid offer letter which lists the financial aid that you are eligible for. Review this letter carefully and accept or decline any student loans through the student portal so that we can give you your aid when school begins.


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