Paying for Law School: Financial Aid
The University of Washington School of Law’s Commitment to Institutional Aid
The UW School of Law is dedicated to helping students meet educational expenses through loans, grants, and scholarships.
The law school and the University of Washington's Office of Student Financial Aid
(OSFA) are committed to offering a comprehensive finaicial aid package to help
students achieve their educational goals while minimizing student educational
Sources of Financial Aid Information
General information about federal student aid and FAFSA can be found at the Federal Student Aid website.
More complete information about financial aid at the University of Washington is available at OSFA's website.
The Grants and Funding Information Service (GFIS) at the University of Washington assists graduate students in identifying sources of funding. For more information or to set up an appointment, visit GFIS by clicking here.
Free scholarship searches are available on the Internet. To access these searches and find out more about financial aid, visit the following web sites:
Other great sources for financial aid include the following:
- LSAC – financial aid videos from Jeff Hanson regarding: how to fund legal education, how to apply for financial aid, and how to minimize your debt
- American Bar Association – Heather Jarvis provides great insight on the student loan timeline for graduating law students
- Access Group – from paying for law school, good financial habits, and to the importance of good credit, access group provides a great deal of resources and tools to help prospective and current law students