Saint Joseph's College is interested in reviewing your entire application before determining an admission decision and/or scholarship award. The Office of Admissions holistically evaluates applications on a rolling admission-basis. In addition to merit scholarships up to $17,000, all admitted students who complete the FAFSA qualify to be reviewed for additional financial need-based aid. We will serve you beyond the application and financial aid processwhile readily available to assist your enrollment needs.
Freshman, transfer, or international applications:
Select one of the following checklists to organize your application requirements:
Our rolling admission process allows us to serve you efficiently and effectively. Decisions and notifications are quickly sent throughout the entire calendar year.
Students are strongly encouraged to apply early for priority consideration for financial aid. You must first complete the admission process to be considered for financial aid.
The Office of Admissions encourages admitted students to submit the $200 enrollment deposit as soon as possible to secure your enrollment and housing priority for the entering class. The deposit is refundable by written request through May 1 for each fall semester. Contact Admissions for all deposit questions or concerns.
September 1: Decisions and notifications begin
November 25: 1st Presidential Scholarship Deadline
January 1: FAFSA available to complete (fafsa.gov)
January 15: 2nd Presidential Scholarship Deadline
March 10: FAFSA & Scholarship Priority Deadline
April 16: Registration begins
May 1: National Deposit Deadline
June-July: Housing assignments mailed
August 18-21: New Student Orientation
October 17: Puma to Puma Day
October 27: Computer Science/Mathematics Discover Day
October 27: Education Discover Day
November 8: Admissions Overnight
November 9: Discover Day
December 4: Presidential Discover Day
December 5: Presidential Scholarship Competition & Audition Day
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