As a Seattle University law student, you are likely to be eligible for several or all of the following programs:
Alternative loan programs are credit-based loans available to help those students whose needs are not fully met by other government loan programs, institutional or outside scholarships, and/or employment. They include the federal Grad PLUS and private, commercial student loans.
The unsubsidized Stafford loan is available up to $20,500 annually at a fixed interest rate established every July 1. Students must be enrolled at least half-time and receive a six-month grace period prior to repayment after graduation or dropping below half-time enrollment.
Grad PLUS loans are credit-based federal loans available to help those students whose needs are not fully met by other government loan programs, institutional or outside scholarships, and/or employment and who choose not to borrow private loans (also credit-based).
Scholarships awarded by Seattle University School of Law do not require a separate application process except for the Scholars for Justice Award, The Douglas R Nash Native American Law Scholarship, Law Librarianship Scholarship, and the Outlaws Civil Rights Scholarship.
An Outside Scholarship is an award funded by an entity outside of Seattle University or government agency. Most require an application process and provide funds towards a student’s cost of education.
Through either need-based federal work-study or through non-work-study (non-need-based work), on-campus employment offers students the opportunity to work in one of the available positions at the Law School or for positions located elsewhere on the Seattle University campus.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. when classes are not in session)
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.