Financial Aid is available to CSU C|M|LAW students in the forms of scholarships and Federal Loans.
Scholarships are awarded competitively at the time of admission to the law school. All applicants to CSU C|M|LAW are considered for scholarships. While undergraduate grades and LSAT scores are the primary factors in determining scholarships, we do factor in other personal and professional attributes of our applicants.
Once awarded, scholarships are guaranteed (six semesters for full-time students/eight semesters for part-time students), provided, of course, that you maintain academic good standing (a 2.25 GPA at CSU Cleveland-Marshall).
ALL SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTED TO FIRST YEAR STUDENTS ARE GUARANTEED .
Federal Loans available to law students include the Stafford Loan and the Graduate Plus Loan. All students should complete the FAFSA in order to be awarded federal funds. Although loans are a valuable resource in achieving your educational goals, it is important that all students understand the terms and conditions of their loans, regularly review and manage their education loan portfolio, and make every effort to minimize their debt.