There are a variety of different types of financial aids from both university and external sources. Most scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and some are also based on financial need. The following is a list of financial aid opportunuties available for JUST students:
Work study program: This program provides opportunities for eligible students to be employed part-time on campus. Work-study jobs pay JD 1:0 per hour for undergraduate students and JD 1.5 per hour for graduate students. JUST encourages students to work, either to help finance their living expenses, to gain work-related skills, or both. The University employs many students on campus, providing flexible opportunities that can help you stay connected to campus activities, explore career options, develop new skills and establish a sense of community. Major campus employers are: Deanship of student affairs, JUST Library, Students' Cafeteria.
The University has three cafeterias for the students. One is self-service and the other two serve a sit down lunch. The University Cafeteria provides hot meals, sandwiches, snacks, and hot and soft drinks at reasonable prices. The typical self- service lunch costs between 350 and 900 Fils while the sit-down lunch costs between 600 and 1500 Fils. The Cafeteria also serves breakfast. It opens from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Recently, (18) cottages had been constructed nearby the students gate, and are all rented as restaurants, coffee shops, barbershops, Internet cafés and bookshops.
There is a post office located near the students parking. It provides all postal services: Registered and regular mail, packages, money transfer, national and international telephone services, and telegram services. Distributing mailboxes to students is done under the supervision of Students Services Department.
Health Services are provided to students through the health care center located at Irbid. Students pay health insurance fees at registration. The insurance covers all services offered by the health center except certain services like plastic surgery and providing eyeglasses or hearing aids. Walk-in services are available 24 hours, seven days a week by general practitioners and clinics. However, for specialized clinics, appointments are necessary. The regular office hours for general medicine clinic are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and for specialized clinics from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday through Wednesday. Hospitalization services are provided through Princess Basma Teaching Hospital in Irbid or some private hospitals in Irbid Governorate. The following are links to the main health centers and hospitals available at the university: