Financial Aid Information

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Office of Financial Aid
900 Lakewood Avenue, Scully Registration and Finance Center
(T) 732-987-2258 • (F) 732-987-2023 •

Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Note: Summer hours may differ.

Georgian Court University offers an exceptional university experience at a cost that is below average for comparable private institutions. Georgian Court University is committed to maintaining excellence in our educational programs while ensuring accessibility to as many students as possible. At Georgian Court University, we recognize that a college education is one of the single largest investments a family makes. In our view, cost should not be a barrier to enrollment. That is why we are fully committed to our financial aid program.

The primary responsibility for financing higher education rests with the student and their family. However, understanding that students come from a variety of economic backgrounds, the university is prepared to provide financial assistance to students according to criteria for qualification. An array of financial aid programs is available to help students meet the cost of attendance at Georgian Court University. We view our financial aid program as an investment in students and their futures. We seek a diverse student body and are committed to ensuring that all students can take advantage of the Georgian Court University experience.

The university’s priority filing deadline for 2023–2024 is April 15, 2023. For 2024–2025 financial aid, all students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon after October 1, 2023, as possible. The application may be accessed online at

Georgian Court University reserves the right to review, adjust, or cancel awards at any time because of changes in your financial, academic status, academic program, athletic program, resident status, enrollment status (full-time to part-time), or student code of conduct violations or if you fail to meet the requirements of the university’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. Awards are contingent upon actual receipt and verification of funds by GCU. If adjustments are made to the university’s federal and/or state allocations, the university reserves the right to adjust individual institutional aid awards at the beginning of each semester, as necessary. All students’ financial aid awards including the university’s institutional aid are contingent on the availability of funds. The Office of Financial Aid reserves the right to review and cancel awards at any time. The University reserves the right to replace merit scholarships with other institutional aid.  Students cannot receive a combination of gift aid that exceeds their direct costs.  Gift aid includes Georgian Court University merit, GCU need-based and incentive grants, endowed, athletic, dance and or honors scholarships, federal and or NJ state grants and any outside scholarships.  Direct costs are charges billed to the student's account exclusive of late fees and fines that may be applied to a student's bill after the due date.