Need-Based Financial Aid
Jesuit has established a tradition of scholastic and personal achievement second to none in Dallas. This is because candidates for admission are considered in light of their academic ability and character—not on their ability to pay full tuition. To those students in need who qualify academically, financial aid which includes work grant is available. All financial assistance is based on demonstrated financial need. Jesuit does not offer academic or athletic scholarships to entering freshmen. To apply for financial aid, go to the FACTS - Tuition / Financial Aid page to complete online application. Deadline for applying is April 16.
For more information, please contact Cathy Mullin in the Finance Office at 972.387.8700 x465.
Jesuit Work Grant Program
The Jesuit Work Grant Program provides students receiving financial aid with an opportunity to give back to the school. Students are asked to give 100 hours of service to the school each year they receive financial aid. Students work at a variety of jobs, including: answering the phones, ushering plays, supporting athletic events, and cleaning the school. Students are able to assist in paying for their education while providing valuable service to the school community.
For more information regarding the Jesuit Work Grant Program, please contact:
The Patrick E. Haggerty Math & Science Program
Jesuit’s Patrick E. Haggerty Math and Science Program was established in 1988 by retired Texas Instruments (TI) executive Richard J. Hanschen in honor of the former TI chief executive officer and Jesuit benefactor. Click here for more information about this program.