Learn about Financial Aid and available Scholarships
Seton Hall Law is committed to helping current and prospective Seton Hall Law students find the means to obtain a legal education. Our office will help you to navigate the types of aid available, which include institutional scholarships, Federal Direct Unsubsidized and Graduate Plus Loans, Federal Work Study, and outside private scholarships and loans.
The Financial Aid Office is located in the Office of Enrollment Services and is available to assist you with budgeting and planning for law school costs. We are happy to meet with you individually to discuss your personal situation to determine if any adjustments are needed to your financial aid package, or if there are any additional avenues to assist you finance your law school education. Additionally, we will provide you with guidance and resources to manage your loan repayment.
Assistant Dean for Enrollment Services
Financial Aid Announcements
Newly admitted and current students may complete the 2020-21 FAFSA beginning on October 1, 2019. Seton Hall Law's school code is G09986. The FAFSA must be completed each year.