Undergraduate Financial Aid
Although we understand that funding a private Christian education can be challenging, we also believe that the value of a Judson education will exceed your expectations. Cost should not be the only determining factor when choosing a college; it is, however, a legitimate concern for many students and their families.
At Judson University, approximately 95% of our students receive financial assistance in the form of merit scholarships, institutional awards and grants, federal and/or state assistance, as well as low-interest student loans and work study.
Here you will find the resources you need to understand the funding that is available to meet the expense. Having a full knowledge of the Financial Aid process is crucial to making the most of the assistance available. Thus, timely application for financial assistance is the first step to financing an education.
Completing all the necessary steps to receive financial assistance takes time and preparation. Our Financial Aid counselors are available to help you every step of the way. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact your Financial Aid Counselor.
Filing Your FAFSA: To Complete your Free Application For Federal Student Aid, please visit www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Judson FAFSA School Code: 001700
Important FAFSA Dates
Earliest date to submit your FAFSA. Beginning in 2017-18 FAFSA, students are required to report information from an earlier tax year (2015 income and tax information instead of 2016 income and tax information). Illinois residents are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as close to October 1 as possible to receive full consideration for the MAP Grant.
Priority Deadline for Illinois Residents
FAFSA Priority Deadline to receive priority consideration for Judson University financial aid. FAFSAs will still be received and evaluated after the priority deadline.