Financial Aid

The Law School helps students finance their legal education through a variety of resources, including scholarships, federally sponsored loan programs, and private-sector educational loans. While the primary responsibility for financing a legal education rests with students and their families, the Financial Aid Office works with students to identify sources of financial support and develop realistic budgets to meet their educational and professional goals.

Financial Aid office

Financial Aid Office staff (from left) Admissions and Financial Aid Assistant Tonya White, Director of Financial Aid Jennifer Hulvey, Associate Director of Financial Aid Helen Dugger and Senior Financial Aid Assistant Sandy Harris.

Contact Us
lawfinaid@virginia.edu
Phone: (434) 924-7805 | Slaughter Hall, Room 126A

Scholarships and Loans
Law School Scholarships
External Scholarships
Federal Student Loan Programs
Yellow Ribbon Program
Alternative Private Loans
Virginia Loan Forgiveness Program

Applying for Financial Aid
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Financial Aid Award Instructions
International Students
Satisfactory Academic Progress
    (SAP)

Withdrawal and Return of Funds

Costs and Billing
Tuition and Fees
Billing and Payments

Important Web Site Addresses

 

 

 

Fast Facts

Total Financial Aid, 2012-13

Scholarships: 401 students received $11 million (from all sources)

Loans: 735 students received $37.5 million

 
Financial Aid Application Forms
Need Access Application

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Other Forms
Direct Deposit Authorization

Computer Expense Form
Authorization to Release Financial Information