Frequently Asked Questions
1. Am I eligible for financial aid?
All applicants are eligible to apply for interest free loans from the Jewish Free Loan Association and federal student aid.
2. Do I have to be Jewish to qualify for a loan from the Jewish Free Loan Association?
No. Student loans from the Jewish Free Loan Association are available to applicants of all faiths and backgrounds. It is important to note that these loans are not gifts of financial assistance, but interest-free loans, and must be paid back. For more information, see the JFLA website at: www.jfla.org.
3. What are the advantages of the Annenberg School over larger institutions?
The Annenberg School has a commitment to your education and professional placement. Our small class size of 24 students (compared to 400 at larger institutions) ensures that students receive close, personalized attention. As a non-profit institution, the Annenberg School is able to focus exclusively on the needs of our students and their professional development.
4. Does the Annenberg School provide job placement?
The school will make every effort to assist graduates in developing job-obtaining skills such as resume and cover letter development, interviewing skills and appropriate post-interview follow-up activities. Annenberg School of Nursing cannot and does not guarantee employment or salary, but makes every effort to assist each graduate in their job search. First job placement at the Jewish Home is available, but not guaranteed, to all students upon graduation, pending eligibility, qualifications, and the Home's recruiting needs.