Financing your education

Financing your education

If you need help financing your law school education, there are three funding approaches to consider: scholarships and fellowships, service-related activity, and student loans.

Scholarships and fellowships

Indiana Law offers assistance through scholarship and fellowship programs. Our scholarship support is among the most generous of all law schools in the country. Nearly all students receive some form of scholarship support, and our median grant places us in the top 15% of all law schools.

We do not require a separate application for scholarships and/or fellowships. Because the majority of our scholarship money is merit-based, we use the admission application application, CAS report, personal statement, and letters of recommendation to determine the level of scholarship, if any. 

A tradition of generous support

$34,500Median scholarship grant in 2021-22

$85,164Average debt at graduation of students who borrowed

98%Percent of students receiving scholarships in 2021-22

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Bloomington, IN 47405

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