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News and Announcements
Outside scholarship opportunities can be found on the new scholarship database system.
Continuing Student Scholarship Application
The 2015-16 Law School Scholarship Application is now available. All continuing students who wish to be evaluated for scholarships for the next academic year should fill out the application online.
To receive priority consideration for scholarships, please complete your application by the early deadline of June 1, 2015. You will be able to make changes to your application until the early deadline, but after that time you will only be able to view your application. If you do not submit your application by the early deadline, you will have one chance to submit it before the final deadline of Aug. 30, 2015 , but you will not be able to make any changes to your application after Aug. 30, 2015.
The new 2015-16 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available for completion starting Jan. 1, 2015 on the FAFSA website.
Students applying for financial aid for the semesters listed below should submit the FAFSA by the priority deadline to UT-Austin using our school code, 003658. Meeting the priority deadline provides qualifying students with maximum eligibility for aid.
Summer/Fall/Spring — March 1
Students should use their Department of Education PIN number to complete a Renewal FAFSA and to provide an Electronic Signature. If you have misplaced or forgotten your PIN number for the FAFSA application, visit the Department of Education’s PIN Web Site and “Request a Duplicate PIN.” You can also apply for a PIN, activate your PIN, change your PIN or disable your PIN there.
The Financial Review
The Financial Review is a four part personal finance series to educate current law students on money. Attendees will learn the cost of attendance, managing money as a law student and financial concepts such as investing, home ownership and debt management upon graduation. The 2014-15 series will be taught by Austin entrepreneur and former McCombs School of Business student, Carly DeFelice, who is the founder of Cash Money Revolution. Come by our office or check your email for the next session in the series.
The Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) administers Bevonomics, a personal money management education program for students at The University of Texas at Austin. The Bevonomics program provides information and resources, which empower students to make financially responsible decisions. Bevonomics workshops help increase awareness of consumer debt while expanding the knowledge and importance of daily money management.