Loyola Law School recognizes that legal education is an important lifetime investment for each student. Therefore, the Office of Financial Aid is committed to assisting you as you navigate through the financial aid process.
For most students, the primary source of financial aid is through loans obtained from the federal government. In order to apply for aid, there are a few steps you must take. For more information on how to apply for aid, please click here.
Loyola offers scholarships to many of our entering students. Students are considered when they apply and notification is sent with their admit packet. Award decisions are merit-based. There is also certain renewal criteria that is required in order to continue to receive your scholarship after the first year. For more specific information, please refer to your admit packet. If you did not receive a scholarship, we encourage you to search for other sources of additional funding. For a list of outside scholarship opportunities, please click here.