Financial Aid & Scholarship Services for High School Seniors & Incoming Freshmen
FAFSA Priority Deadline: March 10
William Jewell strongly encourages all students to apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Through a collaborative effort and a combination of institutional funds, federal and/or state funds and family contribution, you will find that a distinctive education is affordable.
While each financial aid package is determined according to the specific needs and qualifications of each student, William Jewell works with prospective students to ensure that eligibility for all forms of assistance are carefully considered.
2014-2015 Academic Scholarships
2014-2015 Premier Competition Scholarships
2014-2015 Achievement Awards
Important Financial Aid Award Information
3-Year Baccalaureate Program
Financial Aid Award Letters
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services will begin notifying students of financial aid offers in February. If the student is scheduled for an event, including attending Scholar Recognition Day, conducting a talent audition (music and theatre), or scheduled interview (Oxbridge, debate and journalism), the financial aid award may be delayed until after March 1st, the final Scholar Recognition Day and audition date for talent scholarship purposes. Aid offers will be e-mailed, granting access to the student's MyJewell account, and mailed to the students home address.
Please adhere to Jewell's FAFSA Priority Deadline of March 10th to be assured that the student applicant qualifies for all possible eligible resources. If you believe you cannot submit your FAFSA application before March 10th, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services regarding the best way to proceed.