Financial Aid Self-Service
Financial Aid Self-Service is an online tool that allows students to check and review the status of their financial aid at any time.
Using this service students can view:
- Missing or required documents to be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid.
- Scholarships, grants, and loans
- Financial aid award letter(s)
- Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
Schedule of Fees
For the full schedule of fees including costs of tuition, housing, and meal plans, please click here.
Health Insurance Enrollment/Waiver
Every student is required to complete a Health Insurance Enrollment/Waiver each year that they attend W&J. All students need to complete this, whether or not you have health insurance coverage. If you do not have health insurance, you are required to enroll in the College's health insurance plan.
PLEASE NOTE: Even if you are covered by a private health insurance plan, the College health insurance premium will be assessed to your bill until you file this waiver with the Business Office.
The Health Insurance Enrollment/Waiver is part of the Gateway form on the Forms page.
Tuition Refund Insurance and Student Life Assistance
Washington & Jefferson College is pleased to offer the GradGuard™ Tuition Protection Plan as a benefit to our students and families featuring plans and rates not available to the general public..
This coverage expands our refund policy by reimbursing up to 100% of tuition, room, board and other fees for covered withdrawals at any time during the semester.
Please remember the deadline to enroll is the day before classes begin each semester.
Learn more at GradGuard.com/Tuition/WashJeff or by calling 1-866-724-4384.
Federal Work Study
If you were awarded Federal Work Study in your Financial Aid package, you will receive a work authorization form to your W&J email. You can search for available campus jobs on College Central Network in the beginning of August (more information will be provided later this summer). Visit Student Employment for instructions on setting up your CCN account, along with other information on the paperwork you will need to start working.
If you have any questions, please contact Chris Shaffer in the Office of Financial Aid. She will guide you through the employment process. Her office is on the 3rd floor of Admission House, or you can call her at 724-223-6019.
If you were selected for verification and have not submitted your paperwork, the forms are available here. You will see the Dependent and Independent Verification Worksheets under 2019-2020 Academic Year.
In addition, there is information about the verification process under the FAQ section.
Applying for Student Loans
Do you have questions about applying for loans? The Office of Financial Aid has put together information to help you with the process. You can view this information here.
PNC Bank is the official bank of W&J College. A PNC ATM is available on the lower level of the Rossin Campus Center and there are 3 branches within several miles of campus. Additionally, PNC will be present on move-in day for students to sign up for an account. PNC offers several benefits for W&J students through their Virtual Wallet Student account, including:
- An account built specifically for students - avoid monthly service fees for 6 years (proof of active enrollment in a educational institution required)
- Free access to your money at the campus ATM and local branches
- If you use a non-PNC ATM, you will be reimbursed for up to 2 transaction fees per statement period
- One free incoming wire transfer per statement period
- One overdraft fee refund on first incident with first 12 months
If you are interested in opening an account prior to arriving, you can do so at the PNC Branch at 201 Jefferson Avenue in Washington, PA