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Consumer information

The Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended, requires institutions participating in the Federal Student Aid programs to disclose specified information to all current and prospective students and employees. This site is being developed to provide these disclosures in one coherent location.

If you need assistance or paper copies of the consumer information, contact the Financial Aid Administrator, indicating the subject of your request. The FAA will contact the appropriate office to gather the required information and will respond in a timely fashion.

Consumer Information


Financial Student Aid Information, Procedures and Forms, Student Eligibility Requirements

For information regarding US federal aid, please refer to:

Ineligible Programs

For information regarding ineligible programs at JU, please refer to:

*Online programs are ineligible to Title IV eligible students.

*Non-degree programs are not eligible to Title IV eligible students.

Cost of Attendance

For information regarding Cost of Attendance, tuition fees, dormitory fees, please refer to:

The Amount of Student’s Award, Procedures and Forms, Payment Periods, Disbursements

For information on the amount of student’s award, expected family contribution, expected financial assistance, procedures and forms by which student applies for assistance, payment periods and disbursements, please refer to:

Rights and Responsibilities of Students Receiving Financial Aid

For information on rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial aid, including satisfactory academic progress, financial aid warning, financial aid probation, necessity for repaying loans, attendance policy / student reporting, etc., please refer to:

Entrance Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers

Entrance counseling must be completed before a student receives a US Direct Loan. For information regarding entrance counseling, please refer to:

Entrance counseling may be completed at:

Exit Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers

Exit Counseling must be completed when a student graduates, leaves school or drops below half-time enrollment. For information regarding exit counseling, please refer to:

Exit counseling may be completed at:

Conflicting Data

For information on resolving Conflicting Data, please refer to:

Withdrawals, Removal from Student’s list, Readmission to study

For information regarding withdrawals, please refer to:

For information regarding removal from student’s list, readmission to study, please refer to:

Refund Policy and Procedure

For information regarding JU's refund procedure, please refer to:

Return of the Title IV Financial Aid

For information regarding JU’s Return of Title IV Financial Aid, please refer to:

Academic Programs

For information on academic programs offered at JU, please refer to:

Academic Calendar

For information on academic calendar at JU, please refer to:

Leave of Absence

For information on leave of absence, please refer to:

FSA Eligibility for Study Abroad

For information on Study Abroad, please refer to:

Transfer of Credits

For information on transfer of credits please refer to:

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions

For the policies related to plagiarism, please refer to:

For the summary of civil and criminal penalties for US copyright violations, please refer to:

Criminal Convictions

For information regarding eligibility of students with criminal convictions, please refer to:

Health Care/ Health Insurance

For information on health care and health insurance, please refer to:

Textbook Information

For information regarding JU’s libraries, please refer to:

For information on required textbooks, other course materials, please refer to:

Security and Safety

For information, policies and procedures regarding anti-discrimination and anti-violence campaigns at JU, combatting hate crime, sexual violence and assault, harassment, security at JU, please refer to:

Students with Disabilities

For information regarding JU’s services offered to students with disabilities, please refer to:

Students Parents

For information on childbirth allowance, JU’s nursery, JU’s Kindergarten, please refer to:

Notification of Rights under FERPA

For information regarding students’ privacy rights under FERPA, please refer to:

Student Loan Information Published by the U.S. Department of Education

For information from the U.S. Department of Education regarding US sponsored loan availability, including the rights and responsibilities of students and schools under its Title IV loan programs, please refer to Title IV loan programs. To calculate US loan costs and repayments, please refer to

US Private Loans

For more information regarding private loans, please refer to:

Educational benefits from U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

For more information regarding the Post-9/11 GI Bill educational benefits, please refer to:

Code of Conduct for Private Education Loans

The US code of conduct stipulates the following: In order to prohibit a conflict of interest when it comes to private education loans, employees with responsibility for US loans are prohibited from the following: Making revenue-sharing arrangements with any lender; Receiving gifts from a lender, a guarantor, or a loan servicer; Entering into arrangements providing financial benefit from any lender of affiliate of a lender; Directing borrowers to particular lenders or refusing or delaying loan certifications; Offering funds for private loans; All agents with responsibility for US loans are reminded at least annually of the code.

Adequate Staffing Procedure

Adequate Checks and Balances Procedure

Contact Information

Jagiellonian University in Kraków
International Students Office
6 Ingardena
30-060 Kraków, Poland

Katarzyna Tomsia
+48 12 663 26 75
Mon. – Fri. 7.30 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.