It starts with tuition that’s 19% lower than the private school average. It continues with financial aid, available for those who qualify. Our Financial Aid Office promises to help you create your perfect aid package—just as they’ve done for the 90-plus percent of Judson students who get some form of financial aid.

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How does “free money” sound? That’s how many describe grants because when you receive this money, you don’t have to pay it back. Your qualification for these is based on your demonstrated financial need when you apply for aid.


First things first, these DO have to be paid back. For those who qualify, subsidized loans can be deferred while you’re a student. The government pays the interest during this time. Unsubsidized loans can also be deferred while you’re a student; however, interest will accrue at a low interest rate.

Payment Plan

This is a good option for paying partial balances that may remain after your tuition reimbursement or financial aid is applied. By setting up monthly payments to distribute your tuition balance over an entire term, you’ll be less stressed about affording your education.

Tuition Reimbursement

Many people don’t know that some employers offer tuition reimbursement or assistance for employees who want to continue their education. Hey, it never hurts to ask.