Welcome! We are delighted that you have chosen Felician University, the Franciscan University of New Jersey, to continue your education. The information provided here will help to make your next step successful. Remember as you prepare to become a Felician University graduate student that you can always contact us at 201. 355-1465 or email admissions for assistance.
- To secure your place in your program and register for classes, be sure to make your tuition deposit.
- Contact your admissions counselor and they will connect you with your program advisor to verify your registration and course schedule.
- File a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) if you desire financial assistance.
Once you have completed the above, here are some other things that you can do to prepare for starting your new degree program.
The State of New Jersey requires all students attending classes at our main University campuses in Lodi and Rutherford, as well as students pursuing the MSN and DNP through our online programs, to complete a health form. Download forms and find detailed information.
Financing Your Degree
Felician University is committed to providing students with a nurturing and affordable academic environment – that’s why we remain one of the most affordable private universitys in New Jersey.
It is important to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), as it is the only way that we can determine if you will qualify for any federal loans. We recommend that you file the FAFSA as soon as possible. You can file online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Filing online is recommended as it is quicker and more efficient. To file online you must first create an account to obtain a PIN by visiting www.pin.ed.gov. Felician’s FAFSA Code: 002610/
Tuition and Fees
To view our tuition and fees for the current academic year, please visit the tuition page.
Felician Alumni Grant
Felician offers a $100 per credit award to our alumni who wish to continue their studies by enrolling in another degree program offered on the Felician Campus. Please contact your admission counselor to apply.
Felician participates in the Federal TEACH Grant program, which provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to students who intend to teach full time in a high-need field to low-income students upon graduation. The grant requires adherence to strict guidelines. You are strongly encouraged to consult with your admission or financial aid counselor prior to submitting an application.
Veterans and Active Duty Military
Our highly knowledgeable Military Services staff is here to answer your questions and to make sure that veterans and actively serving members of the military receive the maximum financial benefits available to them while they are Felician University Students. You may qualify for more tuition assistance benefits than those of which you are aware. Please contact our Coordinator of Military Recruitment for more information.
Felician University is proud to offer our students a wide compliment of student services to assist them and improve their student experience throughout their education process. Here is some information about some of our student services that you will need in order to prepare and get started in your life as a Felician Student.
It is important that you obtain and use a Felician email address. Administrative offices and faculty will use this email address as a primary way to contact you during your time as a Felician student. When you register for classes, your Felician email address and password will be mailed to your primary mailing address. In addition, this letter will provide you with information you need to access WebAdvisor, an online platform that will enable you to view information such as your schedule and grades, and to interact with various campus offices. For email or Webadvisor issues, or if you do not receive required login information, please contact the IT Help Desk or call 201.559.6165.
Felician University uses Brightspace as its platform for online course delivery. Upon registering for an online course, students will be assigned login information for Brightspace via their Felician University email. Be aware that registration for an online course is closed on the first day the course begins. If you have any questions, please contact Brightspace (available 24/7) at 1-877-325-7778 or email the Brightspace Help Desk.
Please contact the Office for International Programs to discuss issues related to your student visa and I-20. They are located on the Lodi campus and can be reached at 201.559.6196 or OIP@felician.edu.
On-campus housing is available for graduate students interested in residing on-campus while they complete their degree programs. To apply for housing, please fill out and submit the application for housing form.
Emergency Notification System
Students can sign up for e2Campus, a universal notification system that allows Felician University administration to notify you of emergencies, school closures, or other time-sensitive messages via text, email, and/or pager.
Frequently Used Telephone Numbers
|Office of Student Accounts||201.559.6028|
|School of Arts and Sciences||201.559.6166|
|School of Business and Management Services||201.559.3569|
|School of Nursing and Health Management||201.559.3060|
|School of Teacher Education||201.559.3549|
|Office of International Students||201.559.6196|
|IT Help Desk||201.559.6165|
|Center for Health||201.559.3559|