Students from Associated Schools
entering the Semester or Year Abroad program
at JUC remain enrolled at their home institution as well as JUC
and are thereby eligible for certain
types of financial aid through their
home institution via the consortium
Changes in the regulations governing
the use of Title IV HEA funds preclude Title IV
eligible schools from using those funds for students
coming to JUC.
It is important to
note that, other than Title IV funding for those
students that require it, all else remains the
same in our agreements with associated schools
and in the academic status of JUC. Only the
U.S. ED regulations governing Title IV usage
The board of directors and administration of
JUC, along with the chair of the Associated
schools are pleased to
announce the establishment of a Deferred
Installment Plan for those students who
would normally be dependent on Title IV
students may Pay in Full, prior to each semester, by
cash, check or credit card.
who qualify may also apply for a Three Equal Payment Plan.
Contact our Rockford office for details.
from Associated Schools who are Title IV dependent and now, as
stated above, no longer eligible to use such funding, may
utilize the Deferred Installment Plan. This
generous plan allows students who meet the requirements to
essentially acquire a no interest deferred payment plan from JUC
directly and not have to begin payments until they graduate from
their home institution.
Link to the
Deferred Installment Plan
Link to the
Installment Payment Schedule
4) Independent students
(non Associated school students), including
Certificate and Master of Arts degree students must provide
Adequate Resources prior to acceptance into the
The university's own
JUC Scholarship Program involves
limited awards in
the form of tuition discounts.
Scholarship program is available
for a limited number of qualified individuals.
Worker's of Ministries in Israel, provides half tuition
grants for one academic course each semester for Christian
living in Israel and working at a Christian ministry.
8) Partial grants for
students who are Graduates of an Associated School.
9) The G.
Douglas Young Scholarship program offers partial direct financial
Master of Arts degree students receive a generous full
tuition scholarship in their final two semesters and a 50%
tuition scholarship in their first two semesters. This award
applies to tuition not already covered by other grants, awards
or VA benefits. Students receiving grants, awards or VA benefits
from outside sources over and above their portion of tuition
responsibility, may apply the unused portion of their JUC
scholarship toward and up to the full cost of their on campus
JUC room and board expense. This JUC scholarship cannot be
applied to field trip/study fees, campus purchases, or other
direct or indirect JUC expenses.
Please see related information below
for application and further information.