The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid maintains an extensive list of funding opportunities, including NAU
departmental, tribal and private donor scholarships.
Funding Law School:
Law school can be an expensive commitment,
and we encourage students to communicate with a law school’s financial aid
office. Students should also spend time
considering a variety of factors when deciding to apply to law school,
including the cost to attend law school and their ability to repay any student
debt, and a law school’s employment statistics and bar passage rates.
Many law students finance their education
through loans, work-study, scholarships and grants. Students must submit the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year to be eligible for
financial assistance: www.fafsa.ed.gov