Graduate School Finances - Applying for Aid
Many students in JBU's graduate programs receive some form of financial assistance in order to complete their degree. In order to receive any kind of aid, you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
It is to your advantage to begin work on your FAFSA as early as possible.Remember that you must also be admitted to John Brown University as a degree-seeking student before an award offer can be made to you. To begin the process, access www.fafsa.ed.gov to request a PIN. Once your PIN has arrived, access this site again and fill out the FAFSA. Be sure to indicate in Step 5 that you would like to have the results sent to JBU (Title IV School Code 001100). The only way to know for sure if you qualify for financial aid is to apply. No single factor such as income is accurate in predicting the likelihood of receiving assistance.
For questions about financial aid, contact Sarah Cowles at SarahCo@jbu.edu or by calling 877-528-4636 or 479-524-7102.
A limited number of scholarships, assistantships and fellowships are also available to JBU graduate students.