Jacksonville University offers students a comprehensive financial aid program that is administered through the JU Financial Aid Office. Financial assistance may be granted on the basis of academic or talent qualifications or on the basis of calculated financial need. The financial aid programs are administered in accordance with University equal opportunity guidelines and the nationally established definition of demonstrated need. Any student who applies for admission to Jacksonville University may request financial assistance, although all new students must be accepted for admission before financial assistance may be awarded. Students receiving financial aid must maintain at least half-time status and satisfactory academic progress. Most federal, state, and institutional grant assistance is restricted to students who are completing their first bachelor’s degree.

While Jacksonville University welcomes students from other countries, those who are not United States citizens or do not hold a permanent visa are not eligible for need-based financial aid offered through the JU Financial Aid Office. Prior to a student’s enrollment, the Office of Admissions provides a special Financial Information Sheet for International Students. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services policy requires international students to furnish evidence that they will have sufficient funds for their education in the United States.

This information is accurate as of the publication date of this Catalog. However, rules, regulations, policies and procedures are subject to change by the University, the Federal government and the states. When this occurs, updated requirements take precedence over the information contained herein, and reasonable efforts will be made by the University to communicate such changes to the students affected. Jacksonville University reserves the right to cancel or amend any portion of financial aid awarded at any time. Awards may also be canceled or amended in the event that anticipated funding becomes unavailable.​