Financial Aid Award Estimator Undergraduate - Full Time
This online estimator was developed to help families plan for future educational costs at James Madison University. The figures provided in this tool are estimations and are subject to change based on changes in school costs, changes to your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), modifications to awarding formulas, and fund availability. This estimation is not intended to serve as a financial aid award notice.
James Madison University's FASFA filing priority date for entering freshmen and returning students is March 1st, which means the Department of Education must receive your FAFSA by this date. We suggest you submit the FAFSA on-line at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov a few days before March 1st to ensure timely receipt. If you are completing a paper FAFSA, make sure you allow time for your application to reach the Department of Education by the deadline.
(NOTE: If you are a high school underclassman or have not completed your FASFA, you may use the FASFA 4caster at http://www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov to receive an EFC estimate.)
Do you qualify as a Virginia Resident ?
Where will you be living ?
When did you file your Dept of Education FASFA application ?
What amount will you receive in scholarships for the academic year ?
This is not a financial aid application or award notice for 2014-2015. It is an estimate based on 2013-14 costs as the 2014-15 costs have not been established by the Board of Visitors at this time. The data you provide and the results will not be stored by James Madison University. In order to receive actual financial aid awards, you must follow the steps outlined at www.jmu.edu/finaid.