Student Financial Aid Information
Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships available through professional societies such as the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) and the AAMD Foundation (American Association of Medical Dosimetrists) as well as vendors and other charitable organizations in the radiologic science fields.
John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences has been approved to participate in VA education benefit programs. For resources on education benefits for students, please visit www.benefits.va.gov/benefits and then click on “Education and Training” and then “For Students”. You may also contact the Education Call Center at 1-888-442-4551.
Approved Education Programs:
- MS Medical Physics
- MS Medical Dosimetry
- MS Medical Health Physics
- AS to BS Medical Dosimetry
A paper copy is available upon request through firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences administrative office at (574) 232-2408.
The following are need-based and non-need based financial assistance programs available:
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized loans
- Federal Direct Subsidized loans
- Federal Graduate PLUS loans
- Federal PLUS loans
- Federal Pell Grant
Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences may be considered enrollment at John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences for purposes of applying for federal student financial aid.
John Patrick University of Health and Applied Sciences does not participate in financial aid programs where employment provided is part of the financial aid package.
Criteria for Selecting Recipients and for Determining Award Amounts
All students who meet all eligibility requirements are entitled to receive aid. Refer to the General Eligibility Requirements.
The University determines award amounts based on the Estimated Family Contribution (EFC), which is calculated by the Department of Education using information submitted by the student on the FAFSA as well as the University’s cost of attendance. Five factors that contribute to the calculation of the EFC are income, assets, household size, number of students in college, and the age of an older parent.
The Cost of Attendance is provided by the University and varies from student to student. The cost of attendance may include tuition and fees, lodging and living expenses, books, travel, and miscellaneous expenses.
The Cost of Attendance less the EFC equals Financial Need. JPU does not guarantee that financial need will be met fully with financial aid programs.