Early Financial Aid Decision for the Class of 2020 only: In order to receive early financial aid notification in time for Registration Day, Financial Aid applications for the Class of 2020 must be submitted no earlier than November 1, 2015 and no later than November 30, 2015. Please scroll down for details on how to apply.
Saint Peter's Prep Financial Aid Mission Statement:
Financial Aid Application Deadlines:
Due to increasing demand for financial aid each year, our financial aid funds are limited and allocated quickly. As a result, there may not be any financial aid available for families whose applications are filed after the deadlines.
Class of 2020 only: In order to receive early financial aid notification in time for Registration Day, Financial Aid applications for the Class of 2020 must be submitted no earlier than November 1, 2015 and no later than November 30, 2015. Please scroll down for details on how to apply.
Class of 2017, 2018, and 2019:
Financial Aid for Academic Year 2016-2017: Applications are being accepted no earlier than February 2, 2016 and no later than April 15, 2016
Financial Aid Application Procedure and Policies:
Need based financial aid is awarded for a period of one academic year. Families must reapply for financial aid each year the student attends Prep. Those who are interested in receiving aid need to enroll in the FAIR process of estimating financial aid. Prep cannot award aid to anyone who has not completed the FAIR process. All Financial Aid applications must be processed by FAIR. (DO NOT apply for Prep Financial Aid through FACTS)
The FAIR website will ask applicants to provide Prep's School Code and Password. They are:
School Code: 144
FAIR's phone number for technical support and other questions is: 877-676-3247
FAIR's Fax number is 651-204-0013
The FAIR application is available through the FAIR website at www.fairapp.com.
DO NOT apply for Prep Financial Aid through FACTS
Please contact Mr. Frederick Galano, Director of Financial Aid, at 201-547-6382 or via email at email@example.com if you have questions. We are here to help.
Policy for Divorced Parents
In the case of divorced parents who file for Financial Aid, each parent’s need is evaluated independently of the other’s. The tuition payment responsibility stipulated in the divorce decree is used as the basis for allocating financial aid. Unless specifically stated in the divorce decree, Prep assigns equal responsibility to each party for determining need. Therefore, if only one parent files a financial aid application, financial aid will be determined and awarded only for that portion of the tuition which is the filing parent’s tuition payment responsibility; the non filing parent will be expected to pay his or her portion of tuition in its entirety. Award amounts may be modified at any time based on current and subsequent stipulations of the divorce proceedings.
Please contact the Director of Financial Aid for clarification or questions.
Other financial aid opportunities:
The Scholarship Fund for Inner City Children--for families with children attending Catholic schools within the Archdiocese of Newark (Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Union County)
The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children invites you to apply for a partial-tuition scholarship for your child for the 2015-2016 school year. Partial-tuition scholarships are awarded based on financial need without regard to race, religion, or ethnicity.
Applications can be obtained online by visiting www.sficnj.org. The deadline to submit your completed application is April 15, 2016.