At Jefferson, we’re committed to keeping college affordable and helping you find the best options to pay for your education.
Jefferson offers quality education at a competitive price - you might find it costs far less than other schools you're considering.
It's always a good idea to carefully plan how you will pay for college, and we'll point you to some useful resources. But first, the numbers:
per-year tuition and fees for New York residents. Only $205 per credit hour.
savings compared to average resident tuition ($7,515) and fees at New York public universities.
per-year tuition and fees for non-residents. Only $410 per credit hour.
approximate savings compared to average non-resident tuition and fees ($24,000) at public universities nationwide.
per credit resident tuition.
per credit non-resident tuition.
per credit technology and comprehensive student fees.
We can help you understand your financial aid options, including grants, scholarships, and loans. We'll guide you through each process step-by-step.
per-year tuition and fees for NYS residents ($10,512 for non-residents).
percent of students receive financial aid.
available scholarships, including several that cover full tuition.
Find answers to common financial aid questions or connect with a counselor to talk about your options. You can reach us at email@example.com or 315-786-2437.
Estimate everything from tuition to books to living costs and learn how financial aid can help you cover your costs with this handy calculator SUNY offers.
Jefferson-Can Community Scholars Program scholarships cover up to the amount of full first-year tuition to be applied to non-tuition expenses, for top scholars from Jefferson and Lewis counties in New York. Applications and awards are administered through the Northern NY Community Foundation.