Loyola University Chicago

JD Admissions

School of Law

Applying for Aid

FAFSA

All applicants who wish to apply for any financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA Federal School Code is 001710. Applicants should file the FAFSA before February 15 of the academic year for which the student is seeking assistance. www.fafsa.gov

Full-time JD Applicants
The FAFSA should be on file with the Office of Admission and Financial Assistance by March 1 in order to be considered for institutional aid. For Full-time JD students admitted after March 1, the FAFSA should be submitted within two weeks of admission.

Weekend JD Applicants
The FAFSA should be on file with the Office of Admission and Financial Assistance by May 1 in order to be considered for institutional aid. For Weekend JD students admitted after May 1, the FAFSA should be submitted within two weeks of admission.

Need-based Scholarships
A limited number of need-based scholarships are awarded to incoming students based on their financial need, as determined by their FAFSA and the School of Law Financial Aid Application. These need-based scholarships are funded primarily through the law alumni annual campaign and are renewable if financial need continues in subsequent years.

Full-time JD Applicants
The School of Law Financial Aid Application should be on file with the Office of Admission and Financial Assistance by March 1 in order to be considered for institutional aid. For Full-time JD students admitted after March 1, the School of Law Financial Aid Application should be submitted within two weeks of admission.

Weekend JD Applicants
The School of Law Financial Aid Application should be on file with the Office of Admission and Financial Assistance by May 1 in order to be considered for institutional aid. For Weekend JD students admitted after May 1, the School of Law Financial Aid Application should be submitted within two weeks of admission.