There are many types of financial aid available from Thomas Jefferson School of Law that can assist you in covering the costs of your legal education.
The major sources of funding that may be available to you include: scholarships, federal loans, work-study, outside scholarships, and private education loans.
If you anticipate needing financial aid, you should seek counseling from the office as early as possible. You don’t need to wait until you have been accepted to law school to apply for any financial aid programs. An applicant who delays completing financial aid forms risks missing deadlines and jeopardizing his or her eligibility for assistance.
The sections listed on the side navigation provide a general overview of the types of financial aid offered. Please be advised that this information is subject to change at any time without notice.