The Catholic Law Financial Aid Office manages the processes associated with financing a law school educational. These include scholarships (most of which are awarded by the Admissions Office) and various student loan program. The Office plays a major role in guiding students step by step through the associated tasks, and monitoring each student’s progress from beginning to end.

The Financial Aid Office also provides information to graduating students about loan repayment options and guides them in establishing appropriate relationship with their assigned loan servicer. The Office also maintains information about post-graduate loans available to assist graduates with living expenses during the bar-study period.

Throughout the student’s relationship with Catholic Law, from applicant to alum, the Financial Aid Office invites students to use the office as a resource for guidance about financial aid options and applications, for planning for immediate financial needs, and for longer-term financial decisions.