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Union County College
JFK Health System Union County College


 

JFK Medical Center Muhlenberg Harold B and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools recognize that many students and their families need assistance in meeting the cost of education.

Financial need should not deter a student from applying for admission, as there are multiple sources of financial aid available to incoming and current students.

The primary purpose of the financial aid program is to provide economic assistance to students who demonstrate financial need, and who because of this need, would otherwise be unable to pursue their education. The student’s financial need is the difference between the educational cost (including tuition, fees, books, maintenance at home or room at the Schools, transportation and certain incidental expenses) and the estimated student and family contribution. A student may apply for federal student aid by completing the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid" (FAFSA), which is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

The Schools, within the limits imposed by funds available, make every effort to provide a financial aid package which equals the determined need. A financial aid package may include a combination of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study monies. The total amount of financial aid offered to a student shall not exceed his need.

Applications for assistance are considered only after a student has been enrolled; all students are encouraged to apply for assistance. Students applying for financial aid are considered for all programs for which they are eligible. More information about existing financial aid programs can be obtained through the Office of the Director of Financial Aid at 908-668-2408.