Tuition & Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students secure the necessary financial resources to make their education at Loyola affordable. Students must be enrolled in the paralegal certificate program, meet normal admission standards, and apply for other financial assistance through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Student Aid
Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Loyola’s list code #001710. There is no fee to file the FAFSA. For purposes of financial aid, for post-baccalaureate students, the paralegal program is considered a fifth-year undergraduate program. Please indicate this on the FAFSA form.
The submission of the FAFSA, Student Aid Report (SAR), and program admission completes your application for financial aid. Once the Office for Student Financial Assistance has reviewed your complete package, your award letter regarding your aid package will be sent to you.
While Loyola does not offer any paralegal scholarships at the present time, scholarship opportunities are available each year through various paralegal and bar groups, as listed below. Please note the application deadlines may be different than the application program deadlines. We also encourage you to do your own search for additional scholarship opportunities.
- American Association for Paralegal Education (AAFPE) Scholarship
Application Deadline: August 2022
Amount: One scholarship for $1,500 and $500 to the runner-up
A short essay entry is required.
- National Federation of Paralegal Associations West Group Scholarship
Amount: $3000 and $2000
Two scholarships are awarded annually.
- Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Paralegal Scholarship
Application Deadline: October 1, 2022
A short essay is required. Must have completed one semester to be eligible.
- Jean Hellman Ryan Paralegal Scholarship
Application Deadline: May 31, 2022
Amount: 4 - $500 Scholarships
To be used for Summer 2022 courses
Visit us for an Information Session or Open House to learn more about financial aid or Loyola's Paralegal Certificate program.