Frequently Asked Questions & Quick Facts
How much does it cost to attend William Jewell?
How do I apply for financial aid?
How do I accept my financial aid award(s)?
How can I figure what academic scholarship my child is eligible for?
My parents graduated from William Jewell. Do I get money for that?
Do I have to include my parents on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid, www.fafsa.gov)?
As a parent, I am concerned about my child paying for college. How can we help?
Do I have to get a 4.0 to keep my scholarship?
What kind of grants are there from the government?
What is the graduation rate at William Jewell?
Quick Facts About Financial Aid
Rarely is a William Jewell College applicant admitted without some sort of scholarship based on their academic performance in high school or at another institution. Click here for the published tuition price (before scholarships) for 2014-2015. William Jewell offers one of the most competitive financial aid programs around. Does this mean every student who applies will receive a full-ride? Of course not. However, we work with students and their families to help make Jewell affordable through a combination of scholarship, grant, work programs and student loans.
99% of Students receive financial aid.
67% of Students borrow student loans.
$10,700 was the average tuition a student was responsible for in Fall 2014 after Jewell scholarships and grants!
$79,448 is the median family income of a Jewell student.
$1,200 is the average amount earned in the Federal Work Study Program