Welcome to the New England Law | Boston Office of Financial Aid. Our committed financial assistance professionals are here every step of the way to help you plan and manage the financing of your law school education.
New England Law attempts to provide financial assistance to all eligible students. While the primary responsibility for funding educational and living costs lies with you and your family, New England Law does assist many students with scholarships, loan programs, and employment (Federal Work-Study). The amount of law school financial aid available and the condition for its award are based on a number of factors, including New England Law and federal regulations, which are subject to change at any time.
The majority of students finance their legal education with some form of educational loan — federal and/or private. Eligibility for federal and most private loan programs is restricted to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Non-U.S. citizens may be able to apply for some private loans with a co-borrower who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Financial Aid Quick Links
- My Fin Aid - Review your financial aid status online!
- 2014-2015 Financial Aid Application Information
- Direct Loan Information
- Summer Programs Abroad and at New England Law
- Federal Work-Study
- Filing Your FAFSA Online (New England Law FAFSA Code G08916)
Financial Aid for Law School Options
Student Loan Programs
A variety of loans for law school programs are available to finance your law school education. Please review the Student Loan Program webpage for details concerning loans for law school tuition and other needs.
Scholarships and Grants from Other Sources
Please visit Outside Scholarships for information concerning grants and scholarships.
Federal Work Study Programs
Federal Work-Study is a federally subsidized program that provides opportunities to students for on-campus or off-campus legally related employment. Eligibility is typically limited to 2L law students or higher who demonstrate financial need. Please visit the Federal Work-Study Program webpage for deadlines and other details.