Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


Our mission is to make graduate education affordable and accessible by helping you find the universities and external sources that offer scholarships, grants, and assistantship to offset the cost

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Private Lender Loans

Up until recently, most lenders were private entities that received federal guarantees, but a small segment of the law student loan business was done by the federal government. Today, the bulk of lending is done through direct federal unsubsidized loans and federal GradPlus loans. They are subject to tight controls on their handling of the student loan funds.

Federal Direct Stafford Loans

The Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan program is the most readily available of the federal loans for GW Law students. Standard repayment: ten years, unless payments are extended by loan consolidation or other repayment plan. Consolidation with Federal Perkins Loans and Federal Direct GradPLUS Loans, repayable over a longer time period, depending upon amount borrowed. Federal loans qualify for deferments and forbearance options as well as death and disability provisions.

Student Loans

Returning students have until April 15th each year to for loans in the current academic year. Page which will help applicant evaluate their loan options. There’s lots to learn student loans. Domestic students can evaluate and select from four loan programs: Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan, Federal Direct Gradplus Loan, Citizens Bank, and Harvard University Employees Credit Union. International students can evaluate and select from two loan programs: Harvard University Employees Credit Union and Prodigy. Loan rates and terms vary between domestic and international students based on each lender’s assessment of associated underwriting costs.