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The Financial Aid Office works closely with students to ensure they make the most of available aid through federal and institutional sources, including more than 140 scholarships and grants administered by the Levin College of Law.
Entering first-year students may qualify for a scholarship or grant based upon merit, need or merit/need as determined by a Financial Aid Committee. (Students selected for more than one scholarship will receive the award of greatest value.) Most students qualify for Federal Direct Loans, which must be applied for annually using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Private loans also may be available, based upon credit. Transfer students are eligible for federal aid, but not for law school aid until they have been evaluated at the Levin College of Law at least one semester.
Do not wait for your admissions acceptance to complete the FAFSA. Go to FAFSA on the Web. Our school code is 001535.
UF participates in the Federal Direct Loan Program which consists of the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, the Federal Direct PLUS Loan, and the Federal Direct Consolidation Loan Program. The U.S. Department of Education is the lender and, except for consolidation loans, delivers loan proceeds through the school. UF disburses the loans after loans have been processed and approved and classes have begun. When it is time for repayment, you will send all loan payments to the federal loan servicer.
Borrowing money for college is a serious financial obligation. In addition to principal borrowed, interest is generally charged for use of funds. It’s important to remember when you borrow money that it must eventually be repaid. When signing a loan promissory note, you make a legal and ethical agreement. Legally, you will be required to sign the note promising to repay the loan. Ethically, you are responsible to future borrowers, since collections from old loans are a major funding source for new loans. Consider this commitment carefully when taking out a loan, and consider how much you reasonably can repay.
- Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans
- Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans
- Merit-Based Scholarships for entering students
- Second and Third Year Student Scholarships
- Scholarship Opportunities for Current Students
- Scholarship Listing
- Alternative Loans
Additional Helpful Links
- Refund of Fees
- FAFSA – Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Student Financial Affairs (UF Financial Aid)
- ONE.UF – UF’s secure student information system
- NSLDS – National Student Loan Data System
- Loan Repayment Calculator
- ABA 509 Standard regarding consumer information
- Financial Literacy