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  • Cost of Attendance | SLU LAW
    Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Student Services Financial Aid and Tuition Cost of Attendance Cost of Attendance The cost of attendance is the maximum amount of financial aid that a student can receive per academic year Cost of attendance helps the Office of Student Financial Services determine the amount of financial aid each student is eligible to receive the Office of Student Financial Services determines a cost of attendance for each academic program The cost of attendance is our estimation of what it could cost a student to live and go to school The most recent information is based upon the results of a student email survey and current tuition rates The cost of attendance budget is for the individual student not for a family The budget is reviewed each year and altered as needed If you re considering summer enrollment review the summer cost of attendance information by clicking here You can review the details of the current cost of attendance budgets here 2015 2016 Cost of Attendance Budgets Full Time Cost of Attendance Budget Fall Spring Semesters Component Amount Tuition 38 750 Fees 446 Books 1 200 Housing 11 340 Transportation 2 300 Miscellaneous 6 400 Loan Fees 234 Total 60 670 Full Time Cost of Attendance Budget Living with Parents Fall Spring Semesters Component Amount Tuition 38 750 Fees 446

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/studentservices/financial-aid/cost-of-attendance (2016-02-12)
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  • Federal Work Study | SLU LAW
    students based upon the rate of pay and the hours worked on a bi weekly basis At SLU FWS does not reduce the tuition but rather provides a resource for a student s living expenses through a paycheck issued directly to the student Funds are limited and are awarded to those with financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA To apply complete the following forms depending on the term when you d like to work Term Required Forms Summer 2015 2014 2015 and or 2015 2016 FAFSA 2015 Summer Financial Aid Application Fall 2015 and or Spring 2016 2015 2016 FAFSA 2015 2016 FWS Request Form 5 Tips for FWS Applicant Success Request funds early Funding is limited for this federal aid program The earlier you complete the required forms see table above the greater possibility that you ll be awarded Accept the award If you are eligible and funds are available funds will be posted for you to accept under your financial aid award via your mySLU account You can decline the funds at any time if you make other employment plans Find a job After you ve been awarded you should diligently begin your search for a position While there are many available positions on campus being award FWS funds does not guarantee a position To pursue positions on campus register online via Handshake Set up your personal profile so you can search and apply for open positions You may hold an FWS and a regular student work position concurrently but you may only have one FWS position at a time There are also FWS positions with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri or Land of Lincoln Students must contact the organization to apply Follow up after applying for jobs Maintain a record

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/studentservices/financial-aid/federal-work-study (2016-02-12)
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  • Financial Aid on MySLU | SLU LAW
    Contact Us Career Services For Students For Employers For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Student Services Financial Aid and Tuition Financial Aid on MySLU Financial Aid on MySLU How to Access Financial Aid Students should check their financial aid award status through mySLU before contacting the School of Law Financial Aid Office It can take up to 2 weeks at the beginning of the school year for loan information and approvals to appear on the University system Please understand that the volume of paperwork and loan applications at the beginning of the school year causes a longer processing and response time than other times during the year Accessing and Confirming Financial Aid Award 1 Click on the Student tab at the top 2 Click on Financial Aid Awards in the Student Financial Services box 3 Select Aid Year 4 Accept Decline financial aid awards following the prompts View Account Summary and Billing Statements 1 Click on the Student tab at the top 2 Click on Account Summary by Term in the Student Financial Services box 3 Click View Bills and Make Payment Bill Payment Suite Review of 1098 T form 1 Click on the Student tab at the top 2 Click on 1098 T in the Student Financial Services box

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/studentservices/financial-aid/financial-aid-myslu (2016-02-12)
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  • Financial Fitness | SLU LAW
    For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Student Services Financial Aid and Tuition Financial Fitness Financial Fitness Money management is a life long learning process and especially important to understand while in law school The Financial Fitness series aims to help SLU LAW students become more financially capable These 45 minute sessions address financial topics important to law students like budgeting credit investing student loan repayment loan forgiveness and more The Offices of Student Financial Services and Career Services at SLU LAW hosts these sessions hoping that our students will further develop these skills while in law school and prepare graduates for financial success after law school Recording Archive Missed one of our events Check out the full recording below by clicking on the name of the session You ll then be prompted to login with your SLU Net ID and password to access the content What s The Score Understanding Your Credit 9 24 2014 Damage Control Managing Risk Through Insurance 10 22 2014 Investing Get Fit for Life 11 19 2014 Losing Weight Public Service Loan Forgiveness 01 28 2015 Finding Your Winning Team Diversify Your Finances 02 11 2015 Get in the Game Mutual Funds 03 04 2015 Balancing Your Goals Student Loan Repayment 04 01 2015 Looking

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | SLU LAW
    Aid Paying Tuition Student Loans Applying for Aid When should I file my FAFSA You must complete the FAFSA each year to be considered for federal student loans or federal work study The application becomes available January 1st for the upcoming school year Be sure to include SLU s school code of 002506 to ensure that we receive a copy of your application What types of aid are available Most law students are eligible for federal work study and federal student loans Students are considered for scholarships by the admissions office upon application How can I finance expenses related to the bar exam There are several different avenues to explore for financing those costs For more information review this information sheet Paying Tuition What are my payment options You may pay your tuition with student loans scholarships or payments via check or credit card excluding Visa There are also payment plans available You may sign up for a payment plan or pay online via the Bill Payment Suite in MySLU You may pay in person at the cashier window in DuBourg Hall first floor What happens if I miss a tuition payment If you do not have sufficient financial aid to cover your tuition bill you must make payment on the outstanding balance If this is not done by the due date on your bill your registration will be compromised You will then be required to re register and a 50 late registration fee will be assessed Student Loan Questions Are federal student loans based on credit Because Stafford Loans are guaranteed by the Federal government previous credit problems will not affect your ability to qualify unless you have defaulted on a student loan Credit problems may affect your eligibility for the Graduate PLUS loan and private alternative loans The

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  • Getting Started | SLU LAW
    For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Student Services Financial Aid and Tuition Getting Started Getting Started The decision to attend law school is a big one It is a decision that will benefit you for years to come The next step to realizing your law degree is financing your education The Office of Admissions awards scholarships based on merit If you did not receive a scholarship from the office of admissions the Dean of the School of Law has generously developed the Dean s Honor Scholarship The Dean s Honor Scholarship is available to students who are in the top 10 of their class after their first year To begin the application for government student aid being Stafford and Graduate PLUS loans please complete the FAFSA Filing the FAFSA does not affect your ability to receive merit based aid Unfortunately at this time there are no grants for graduate level students Financial aid packets are mailed beginning on March 1 of each year for new students To receive a financial aid packet you must file the FAFSA The financial aid packet includes useful information about accepting financial aid awards available student loans and payment of your student account Generally students receive the maximum award Stafford loan award of 20 500

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  • International Students | SLU LAW
    below to determine if you qualify before completing an application Private Scholarships for International Students Many national and international organizations sponsor scholarships for international students who have the desire to continue their education in the United States Scholarships are funds that do not require repayment Saint Louis University has compiled a listing of scholarships available to international students Saint Louis University does not administer these programs The awarding organizations determine awarding requirements and deadlines If interested in applying for a scholarship contact the organization as early as possible for applications deadlines and requirements Details of some of these scholarship opportunities are available for review on the International Scholarships page Please note the resource linked above should not be considered a comprehensive listing additional private scholarships might be available to you Check information online but use caution Remember that you don t have to pay to find scholarships and other financial aid Find further information here to avoid scams Private Student Loans Some private lenders offer these types of loans to international students Loans must be repaid in full and based on the terms of the lender which will include interest Most private loans require a U S citizen or permanent resident as a co signer on the loan Private loans are based on credit history and the lender has discretion on approval on loan Most private loan programs have similar requirements and limits They mostly differ in guarantee fees and repayment options Contact the appropriate lenders for specific requirements and qualifications Saint Louis University provides a historical list of lenders who continue to participate in the student lending business and who SLU students have used within the last three years Saint Louis University does not endorse or recommend any lending institution Please read and research the various loans carefully to

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  • Loans | SLU LAW
    law students to assist with financing expenses for law school including living expenses as needed These loan options are listed below To ensure the best plan for your situation research these opportunities for financial assistance as well as the obligations and responsibilities These forms of financial assistance are loans and therefore must be repaid Email the Financial Aid Coordinator for any questions regarding which program may best suit your long term plans Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Program Direct Unsubsidized loans are available to students who enroll at least part time at an accredited school These funds are unsubsidized which means they accrue interest once funds are disbursed This loan has a fixed interest rate of 5 84 and a 1 072 origination fee as set by the Department of Education There is an annual borrowing limit of 20 500 Click here for further information on this loan program and information about the application process Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans The Direct PLUS loan program allows law students to borrow additional federal loan funds for expenses not covered by the Direct Unsubsidized Loan A student enrolled at least part time may borrow up to the cost of attendance minus other aid This loan is unsubsidized with a fixed interest rate of 6 84 and a 4 288 origination fee as set by the Department of Education Click here for further information on this loan program and information about the application process Private Loans Law students also have a variety of private loan programs from which to choose Private loan programs have similar requirements and limits differing mainly in guarantees fees and repayment options Click here for a side by side comparison of federal loans versus private loans These loans are available to law students who are or will be enrolled at

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