The Office of Financial Aid provides up-to-date information about the Law School’s Cost of Attendance, and federal, state and institutional regulations regarding financial aid. We also work with law students to navigate the processes of obtaining financial support and to develop realistic budgets to meet students’ educational and professional goals.
In 2014-15, more than 85% of students at Texas Law received some form of financial aid.
Please visit the links under Financial Aid to learn more about, among other things, the Types of Financial Support offered at Texas Law, The Scholarship and Financial Aid Process, and The Cost of Attendance at Texas Law.
All Texas Law students are welcome to walk-in or schedule an appointment with one of our two financial aid counselors, Mario Villa or Shirley Cannon. Please visit the Contact Us link under Financial Aid to contact our office.
News and Announcements
FAFSA Available Starting October 1, 2016
The new 2017-18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available for completion starting Oct. 1, 2016 on the FAFSA website.
Students applying for financial aid for the semesters listed below should submit the FAFSA by the priority deadline of March 1 to UT-Austin using our school code, 003658. Meeting the priority deadline provides qualifying students with maximum eligibility for aid.
Applicants are required to create an FSA ID/password combo, which replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN as of May 2015. An FSA ID is a username and password that you must use to log in to certain U.S. Department of Education (ED) websites. To create a FSA ID, please go here.
Your FSA ID is used to sign legally binding documents electronically. It has the same legal status as a written signature. Don’t give your FSA ID to anyone—not even to someone helping you fill out the FAFSA. Sharing your FSA ID could put you at risk of identity theft!
New Guides from the Access Group
The Access Group is a nonprofit membership organization comprised of nearly 200 nonprofit and state-affiliated ABA-approved law schools. The Access Group has recently released two new guides:
(1) Financing Your Legal Education which helps students understand the costs of pursuing a legal education and offers tools and resources to assist with understanding the financial application process.
(2) Federal Student Loan Repayment The Road to Zero provides information on how to pay down your student loans to a zero balance.
The Office of Financial Aid (OFA) 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.