Financial Resources for Law School

There are many resources to assist you in financing your legal education, including scholarships, loans, and work opportunities. You’ll find more details about eligibility criteria and application procedures on this site.

Financial aid award letters for new students are mailed beginning on March 1 of each year. Although a FAFSA is not required to receive merit-based aid from SLU, you will need to complete that application if you seek eligibility for federal aid programs like federal direct loans or federal work-study. Our school code is 002506. SLU does not require parent information on your FAFSA.

Click on the appropriate link to learn more about your financial options and/or schedule an appointment to discuss your individual needs.

Contact Us
Saint Louis University School of Law
Financial Aid Office
100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 1008
St. Louis, MO 63101-1930

T: (314) 977-3369 
F: (314) 977-2030

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,  or by appointment 


Financial Services Staff

Lorentz, Jessica
Assistant Director of Student Financial Services & Financial Education
(314) 977-3369