Financial Aid

The following is a summary of the different options available to those seeking financial assistance for their JSU Summer tuition.

National NCSY/JSU Financial Aid

Financial aid is available from National NCSY/JSU based on need, and is given out on a first come, first served basis. In ordered to be considered for financial assistance, you must fill out the online application completely as well as the financial aid application and submit your most recent tax return. The average award amount is within the range of $100 – $1,000 depending on how you qualify. Please contact summer@jsu.org for further inquiries. All JSU TJJ programs are ineligible for financial aid from National NCSY/JSU since these trips are already heavily subsidized for public school teens.

Financial Aid Process
Step 1: Click here to apply for the NCSY Summer program of your choice. Indicate on the application that you will be applying for financial aid, and submit all forms necessary for acceptance to the program.

Step 2: Fill out the complete financial aid application in the Forms Dashboard of your Camp InTouch account and submit your most recently filed 1040 to the financial aid committee (more information to follow once you have applied).

Step 3: Once your teen is officially accepted for Summer 2018, the financial aid committee will email you your award.

Financial aid applications will be considered on a first come first served basis, therefore it is of utmost importance to apply as soon as possible. The deadline for all financial aid applications is April 1, 2020.

Discounts
National NCSY also offers different discounts and promotions. Click here to see the discounts available for Summer 2020.

Jewish Federation/Grants

Many Jewish Federations offer grants and scholarships for teens attending Israel programs during the summer. Contact your local Jewish federation, Synagogue, or other Jewish institutions to find out about scholarship opportunities.