A step by step checklist for newly admitted students as well as continuing students whom have never borrowed financial aid from the Columbus School of Law.
A step by step checklist for continuing students whom have borrowed financial aid from the Columbus School of Law within the past two years.
♦ Graduation Checklist - May 2014
A step by step checklist for students graduating in May. This is a brief look at Bar Loans and Repayment.
♦ Graduation Checklist - Dec 2013
A step by step checklist for students graduating in December. This is a brief look at Bar Loans and Repayment.
Review financial aid options available for International Students
Review the process for students visiting CUA to receive financial aid from their home school.
Your FAFSA might be selected for review in a process called "Verification" as required by the Federal Government. If so, an Independent Verification form, along with your 2011 Federal Tax form and W-2(s) will be requested from you.
Review a breakdown of the estimated tuition, fees, and cost of attendance for the 2008-2009 academic semesters.
Are you wondering if you can afford next semester's tuition? Using your Financial Aid Award Letter, this Planning Worksheet, and our Spending Plan Worksheet will help you assess your financial situation and estimate your need and budget.
Loan funds can be returned within 120 days of disbursement. Complete this form in order to initiate the loan return process.
If you have not used all of your financial aid eligibility and would like to increase one of your student loans, complete this form and return it to our office.
Planning to visit another school for a semester or two? Simultaneous to requesting approval to visit away from Dean Niedzielko of the Academic Affairs Office, you should complete and submit this form to the Financial Aid Office. Financial Aid from CUA may be available to finance your semester away.
Useful information to assist students learn about their credit score and how to correct any errors if applicable