The law school works with students on an individual basis to ensure that each receives the most generous aid package available. All admitted applicants will be considered for merit-based scholarships. These awards, which vary in amount, are based on the strength of applications; no separate scholarship applications are required. Grants are also awarded to admitted and continuing students based on financial need and availability of resources.
Approximately 80 percent of students receive some aid, including merit scholarships, need-based grants, and loans.
Aid and Loans
GW Law offers a variety of institutional scholarships, need-based grants, and loans.
Learn how to apply for need-based grants and federal loans.
Select a repayment plan that is right for your financial situation.
Learn how to finalize loans.
Additional Financial Aid Resources
Learn about the estimated cost of attendance for the nine-month academic year.
Look over our FAQ page for any financial aid questions you have.
The Law Financial Aid Office works with students to provide accurate information on costs, budgeting, and funding from all possible sources of financial aid.