In a time when debt from undergraduate schooling is reaching staggering proportions and debt from legal education may force students into a limited range of employment options, you would do well to look at issues of value versus cost. The University of Maryland School of Law compares favorably among other schools in a value versus cost analysis.
The School of Law's financial aid program is designed to assist students meet their need with a combination of financial aid resources, grant assistance, loan and/or work-study. By filing one application, you will be considered for all sources of funds, including grants/scholarships and loans.
The typical financial aid award package consists of approximately 15 percent grant/scholarship and 85 percent loan and/or employment. This ratio may vary, depending on need, availability of funds and residency. Students who want work-study must request those funds on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form. Work-study awards may be used to replace part of the loan portion of a financial aid package. (First year day students generally are not permitted to receive Work-Study funds.)
For more information about applying for financial aid as well as tuition rates and expenses please see the University of Maryland's website at: http://www.umaryland.edu/fin/
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