A legal education is an investment in your future, and Campbell Law School provides an extensive financial aid program for students in need. Every effort is made to help students meet the cost of tuition and fees, and to assist with living expenses. Student loans, such as Unsubsidized Stafford Loans and Graduate PLUS Loans, are available to law students who meet federal-eligibility requirements.
Below is a comparison of the most common sources of education funding for our students.
|Direct Unsubsidized Loans||Graduate Plus Loans|
|MAXIMUM ANNUAL LOAN AMOUNT||Up to $20,500 based on eligibility||Annual cost of attendance minus any other financial aid|
|HOW IT WORKS||The loans accrues interest while the student is in school, but the borrower is not required to make payments until six months after graduation or dropping below half-time status.||The loan accrues interest while the student is in school, but the borrower is not required to make payments until six months after graduation or dropping below half-time status.|
5.28% fixed rate
|6.28% fixed rate|
|ORIGINATION FEE||1.057%, deducted from loan proceeds||4.228%, deducted from loan proceeds|
For information about loan repayment, please visit the Federal Student Aid website.
Students may apply for loans issued through private-sector banks and lending institutions at varying rates and payment schedules.
How to Apply
View “How to apply for financial assistance” to learn about the financial aid application process, financial aid refunds, and authorization to transfer funds.