The Office of Student Financial Services is dedicated to providing you the highest level of service as we guide you through the financial aid process and assist you in meeting the costs of receiving a quality Fisher education.
Financing a college education is no small task. At Fisher, we realize that your financial situation is unique. That's why we are committed to providing the highest level of guidance and service to you.
At any time during the financial aid process, please do not hesitate to contact our office if you have questions. We are here to help!
Applying for Aid
The financial aid process may seem daunting, but it doesn't need to be. Follow our step-by-step instructions on how to apply for financial aid and you'll be on your way to affording a Fisher education.
Cost of Attendance
View a breakdown of the cost of attendance for undergraduate and graduate students.
Types of Financial Aid
Learn about the different types of financial aid including scholarships, grants, loans, work study, and veteran's benefits.
Accepted Undergraduate Students
Learn how to view and print your financial aid package, get descriptions of financial aid awards, and more on our Financial Aid Information for New Undergraduate Students page.
Financial Aid Announcements
2018-2019 FAFSA Available
The 2018-2019 FAFSA can now be completed at fafsa.gov. The deadline was January 15, 2018 for priority consideration of financial aid for all undergraduate students, but it is not too late to file! Students and parents (if applicable) will use 2016 tax information on the 2018-2019 FAFSA. St. John Fisher College's Federal School Code is 002821.
If you have been awarded Federal Work Study, a Federal Direct Student Loan, and/or a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan, you must log on to Fish'R'Net to accept, decline, or accept partial amounts of these awards. First time student loan borrowers will also need to complete entrance counseling and a loan agreement (MPN) at Studentloans.gov. Parents interested in borrowing the Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan must apply for the loan at Studentloans.gov.
All undergraduate and graduate students that borrowed federal student loans (Perkins, Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and/or Graduate PLUS) and/or received a TEACH Grant are required by the federal government to complete exit counseling. Go to Studentloans.gov for Subsidized/Unsubsidized, Graduate PLUS, and TEACH Grant exit counseling. The link for Perkins Loan exit counseling will be emailed to your Fisher email address. Verification of compliance will be sent to the College.
Enhanced Tuition Award (ETA) Update
After careful review of the ETA Program, St. John Fisher College has chosen not to participate for the 2018-19 academic year. We intend to review this option annually. It has been central to our mission to provide access to all students, and that remains a priority. We will continue to leverage our institutional resources as well as other state and federal resources to aid our students and to make a Fisher education affordable.