Payment Plans

Two Plans to Choose From

Depending on your qualifications and need of finanicial aid, Jerusalem University College offers two different payment plans for students.

Plan 1: Three Equal Payments Plan

What Is The Plan?

Three payments for the total cost of the semester, to be paid during the semester.

Who Is This For?

Any student applying to JUC for a long term program:

  • Master of Arts
  • Semester Study Abroad
  • Graduate Certificate

Who Qualifies?

Any current JUC student, either graduate or undergraduate who applies for the Three Equal Payments Plan with the North American Office.

Plan 2: Deferred Payment Plan

What Is The Plan?

A deferred-payment, no-interest installment plan from Jerusalem University College that enables students who wish to study at JUC through their home institution, and could not do so because of the inability of using FAFSA loans to study at JUC.

Payments begin when you graduate from your home institution.

Who Is This For?

Any student applying to JUC from an institution in the United States for the following programs:

  • Semester Study Abroad
  • Graduate Certificate

Who Qualifies?

To qualify, the student must:

  • Receive permission from the home institution to study a semester or year abroad at JUC.
  • Be pre-qualified for Title IV funds through their home institution.
  • Send to JUC a copy of their Student Aid Report (SAR, the result of the FAFSA).
  • The SAR must not have any information that is rejected or has conflicting information. If selected for verification, the verification must be complete as required by the US Department of Education.
  • Send an accompanying letter requesting to enter into the deferred payment plan of JUC and indicating their projected graduation from their home institution.

How Does The Program Work?

  1. Students receive permission from the home institution for their study abroad program at JUC in the usual manner.
  2. They apply to JUC and receive admission in the usual manner.
  3. Home institutions determine the students account status and how much they have available for study at JUC.
  4. The student submits their FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) through the home institution in the usual manner.
  5. The student or parent sends the FAFSA form and amount for which they qualify and need to JUC’s North American Office.

Important Details

No money exchanges hands, and no money is sent to home institutions from JUC or to the student. The contract is between the student and JUC. The home institution is sent the student’s JUC bill and the home institution remits payment for whatever amount 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 no interest deferred and installment payment plan is only granted should the student qualify.

Repayment

Repayment begins the first day of the month following anticipated graduation from the home institution.

* There is a 10% reduction in amount owed, if the entire amount is paid within one year of anticipated graduation.

Option A - Up to $2,400
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
Option B - Up to $4,800
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
$200 per month for 12 months $2,400
  $4,800
Option C - Up to $7,200
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
$200 per month for 24 months $4,800
  $7,200
Option D - Up to $9,600
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
$200 per month for 36 months $7,200
  $9,600
Option E - Up to $12,000
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
$200 per month for 48 months $9,600
  $12,000
Option F - Up to $14,400
$100 per month for 24 months $2,400
$250 per month for 48 months $12,000
  $14,400

Choose A Payment Plan

If you are interested in either of our payment options, you may select the right payment plan for you here.

Select Payment Plan