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JD/Concurrent Degree Programs Financial Aid

Funding limitations applicable to renewable grants/scholarships: School of Law grants/scholarships are awarded to pay law school tuition only.

Recipients of renewable scholarships/grants who enroll in any JD/Dual degree program are not eligible for law school funding during the first year of any Dual Degree Program, when students enroll exclusively in non-JD courses. JD/Dual Degree students are eligible for law school funding in the remaining year(s) of the Dual Degree Programs, provided that all of the law school grant/scholarship criteria are met. Academic qualifications are measured by law school grade point averages (excluding business grades).

Please note the JD/Dual Degree students are still eligible to receive the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan as well as the Federal Direct Graduate PLUS loan during any time enrolled in any Dual Degree program. Cost of Attendance budgets will reflect law school tuition and cost of living expenses during the entire time a student is enrolled in the any JD/Dual Degree program.