The JTS Financial Aid Office is committed to making it possible for all students to realize their educational goals. We encourage students to apply for financial aid, and no student should hesitate to apply for admission due to financial concerns. The Financial Aid Office makes every effort to assist families in utilizing all resources that are available.
To apply for loans for the 2012–2013 academic year, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
Private Sources of Financial Aid: The financial aid office obtains information on a variety of private sources of financial aid which operate independently of and outside JTS's administration. Students can consult the financial aid office regarding these other sources of aid.
Financial aid is funding that JTS makes available to help students pay for their education. Each family represents a different set of financial circumstances that impact upon that family's ability to pay for college. Financial aid from JTS, private, state, and federal sources provide the help needed to meet the cost of higher education. There are two forms of financial aid:
Need-based financial aid is determined by your family's demonstrated financial need. JTS need-based aid is awarded through the JTS Financial Aid Office.
Merit-based financial aid is determined by your academic achievement. JTS merit-based scholarships and fellowships are awarded by each school's dean's office in conjunction with its fellowship committee.