College of Law > Admission & Aid > Tuition, Scholarships & Aid > Financial Aid
To ensure that your financial aid application is reviewed, please complete the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. The FAFSA code for DePaul University College of Law is 001671.
Federal student loan information is available at studentaid.gov, and DePaul University’s Financial Aid Office provides information on types of aid,
how to receive aid,
managing costs and
The University’s Financial Aid Office also provides a
resource section for prospective, incoming and current students, as well as the following guides*:
The College of Law also is committed to ensuring that all current students have access to information and resources that will assist them in managing their finances throughout their law school career. Please visit the Financial Resources page for more information.
If you are a first-time federal loan borrower, you are required to complete an
Entrance Counseling session at
If you have received a
Federal Direct Loan or
Federal Perkins Loan and have applied for graduation; are leaving DePaul University, either permanently or for a period of time; or are enrolled less than half time, either permanently or for a period of time, you are required to complete personalized
Exit Counseling session with the appropriate program(s).
The University has partnered with Student Connections to make the repayment process easier for you. Please contact them with any loan repayment questions.
If you have additional questions about financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office at DePaul Central or the College of Law’s financial aid counselor, Alex Nguyen, at email@example.com.