The Office of Financial Aid is here to assist you and offers individualized counseling to help you determine the best way to fund your legal education at UNH Law.
First things first:
- Complete the FAFSA.
- The priority deadline is March 1.
- Our school code is 002589.
Applying for Financial Aid
For Admitted Students
We begin processing Financial Aid Awards for newly admitted students in late February. Awards are posted on our secure website: WebCat.
Student loans will be posted to your student account in two equal disbursements, half for Fall semester, half for Spring semester.
For Returning Students
Financial aid awards will be processed on a rolling basis beginning in April. Need-based Legal Endeavor Grants will be awarded by the Financial Aid Office based on the availability of funds.
Your student loans will be posted to your student account in two equal disbursements, half for Fall semester, half for Spring semester.
NOTE: Funds are disbursed for all students after the start of classes each semester.
Financial Aid Application and Loan Documents to be completed:
Complete the FAFSA. Our school code is 002589.
You must have a valid PIN and your previous year's income tax information.
As a graduate level student, you are considered independent, so no parental tax information is required.
If you are chosen for verification, you will be notified by the Financial Aid Office. Verification requires that you provide us with a copy of your signed Federal Tax Return with W-2s.
2. Federal Direct Stafford Unsubsidized Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN)
Complete this form and online Entrance Counseling the first time you borrow a Federal Direct Stafford Loan while attending UNH Law. Find both at https://studentloans.gov.
You are advised to exhaust Stafford Loan eligibility before borrowing in the Graduate PLUS Loan program.
3. Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN)
Complete this form and online Entrance Counseling the first time you borrow a Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan while attending UNH Law. You must also complete the PLUS Request Process – indicating how much you’d like to borrow. Find all PLUS loan forms at https://studentloans.gov.
A credit check will be processed on your request and you will be notified immediately if you are approved or if an Endorser is required.
Tuition Payment Information
Consumer Information – Student Services
Students at UNH Law have access to a range of consumer information. Below are helpful links to:
General, financial assistance, and health and safety information
Information on campus security
Information for students with disabilities
Information about drug and alcohol abuse prevention
The school's plagiarism policies
Information on student records confidentiality
Information on transfer of credit