Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
First-year students are strongly encouraged not to work while attending law school. The U requires a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid form and a need analysis before considering eligibility for need-based, University-administered aid.
First year students are eligible for merit and need based scholarships from the College of Law. Merit scholarships are awarded in March and sent separately from the admissions decision. All accepted candidates are considered on the basis of their applications. Need based scholarships require a separate application that is mailed to all admitted students. These scholarships are typically awarded in late spring. For information on average awards for merit and need based scholarships, please click here. There are also a number of privately funded merit based scholarships, fellowships and stipend programs available to second and third year students. For more information, please click here.
- Cost of Attendance
- Scholarship Retention Information (ABA Standard 509)
- Law School Financial Aid Brochure
- University of Utah Office of Financial Aid
- S.J. Quinney College of Law Awards, Fellowships, and Scholarships
- The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- The University of Utah Financial Aid Institutional Form (UFORM)
- The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
- FastWeb Scholarship Search Service
- U.S. Department of Education – Financial Aid
- Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority
Financial Aid Assistance
Financial Aid Program Manager for Professional Schools
University of Utah Financial Aid & Scholarships Office
201 S. 1460 E., Rm 105, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Students can meet with Chelsea at the College of Law on Tuesdays between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm in the Gibson Reading Room. Here office is located in the northwest section of the room. Appointments are not necessary. Students can also schedule to meet with her at other times in the University Student Services Building.