Office of Financial Aid

Loyola Law School recognizes that legal education is an important lifetime investment for each student. Beyond rigorous practical and intellectual training, the law school provides students with long-term personal and professional rewards. Thus, we are committed to ensuring access for all highly qualified candidates and helping them obtain resources for financing a legal education.

A variety of financial assistance is available for students at Loyola Law School, including scholarships and awards, loans, and work-study. It is important to apply properly and on-time for all forms of financial assistance.  For an overview of financial aid sources, costs associated with law school, and an example of what a financial aid package looks like, view our Cost of Attendance page. Loan amounts are determined by the Office of Financial Aid using the information you provide in the FAFSA form.

With the idea in mind that law school is an investment, consider carefully how your legal education will be financed and what your needs really are while in law school. We are glad to discuss these issues with you as you make your decision about attending law school.