Contacts for Financial Aid
There are two resources for financial assistance at the UW Law School: the Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) and the Law School Admissions and Financial Aid Office. The OSFA, the University's main financial aid office, awards all federal loans as well as federal work-study funds. The Law School Admissions and Financial Aid Office awards scholarships based on a variety of criteria.
The OSFA serves the entire UW-Madison campus community. At particularly busy times during the academic year, students may find that the OSFA experiences a backlog that results in delays in responding to student inquiries regarding financial aid. Please know that the Law School Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is here to help. Students are encouraged to reach out to the Law School Office of Admissions and Financial Aid directly with questions about their federal loans or other concerns about their financial aid packages. Students should also contact the Law School Office of Admissions and Financial Aid with any questions about scholarships awarded by the Law School, as the Law School remains the authority on the terms of these scholarships.
Office of Student Financial Aid
333 East Campus Mall #9701
Madison, WI 53715
Law School Admissions and Financial Aid Office
975 Bascom Mall, Room 4314
Madison, WI 53706
Updated information on tuition, expected costs, and our refund policy.
A primer on federal financial aid, financing your legal education, and loan repayment.
Information on scholarships, both within the Law School and with outside organizations.
Information on Law School events and resources promoting financial wellness.