JD Financial Aid
The decision to attend law school is a substantial investment that promises many rewards. At Loyola University Chicago School of Law, we will try to do everything we can to help you secure financial support for your legal education. Financial assistance for School of Law students is available in the form of merit scholarships, fellowships, need-based scholarships, and federal loans.
- Loyola Law awards all scholarships on a combined basis of financial need and merit.
- All forms of financial aid, including scholarships, are awarded through an application process separate from the application for admission.
- The JD Admission and Financial Aid Office awards all scholarships to newly admitted students.
- The University Financial Aid Office processes all loan funding for incoming and current students.
Entering JD Students
As an admitted JD student, the links below will provide you with all the information you need to navigate the financial aid and financing opportunities available. Law school students will rely on education loans as their primary, but not exclusive, source of financial aid for law school. And we encourage you to review outside scholarships for additional funding.