Depending on your qualifications and need of financial aid, Jerusalem University College offers three different payment plans for Long-Term students.
Three payments will be made for the total cost of the semester, to be paid throughout the semester. The payment deadlines follow this schedule:
Any graduate or undergraduate student from an Associated School applying to JUC for a Long-Term program:
A need-based, deferred-payment, no-interest installment plan from Jerusalem University College is available to qualified Semester Abroad, Graduate Certificate, or M.A. students.
Any student attending an Associated School in the United States while enrolled in JUC's Semester Study Abroad Program, as well as any graduate student enrolled in a Graduate Certificate or M.A. program at JUC. Qualified students must meet the following requirements:
The contract is between the student and JUC. For Semester Abroad students, the home institution is sent the student’s JUC bill, and the home institution remits payment for the amount that is available in the student’s account. The balance due, based on the certified Title IV amount, is between the student and JUC, and the Deferred Payment Plan is only granted should the student qualify.
There is a financial cap of $7,000 per semester and an overall cap of $20,000 for the lifetime of a JUC education.
Repayment would begin immediately, with $50 per month charged to the student for the duration of the JUC program. Upon graduation or withdrawal from the JUC program, repayment of $200 per month would begin until the total balance has been paid. Semester Abroad students would not be required to begin the $200 monthly payments until after graduation from their home institution. This is a zero-interest installment plan, and the remaining balance can be paid off in full at any time.
If a student falls out of compliance or is in default without communicating with JUC, they will be charged an upfront fee of $500. An additional fee of $20 per month accrues on the loan until payment from the student resumes.
JUC will match dollar-for-dollar the funding that a student would have received in Title IV grants from their home institution. Students will be required to submit the Federal Grant Letter or Home Institution Financial Aid Letter to JUC for the current academic year.
This program is available to all Title IV grant eligible students from any of our Associated Schools who are not already receiving scholarships or discounts from JUC.
If you are a Long-Term student interested in one of our payment options, you may select the right payment plan for you here.Select Payment Plan