Types of Financial Assistance
Graduate education represents a significant investment of personal and financial aid resources; early planning is essential to meeting your educational costs.
Several student financial aid programs are available at Barry University School of Law. All admitted students will automatically be considered for Barry University School of Law academic scholarships and need-based grants. However, like most law schools, long-term low interest loans are the major source in financing your legal education. The major loan program that our students will be eligible for is the Federal Direct Loans (unsubsidized and Graduate plus).
Financial Aid Statement
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