Student Financial Planning
We partner with AccessLex Institute, the largest nonprofit organization in the country focusing on access and affordability of legal education, to bring you, a personal finance program created exclusively for law students.
Within the program, you have access to online financial lessons, webinars and podcasts, as well as access to 1-on-1 financial coaching appointments as many times as you need with an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC®).
- Currently enrolled students who are already receiving federal student aid through the FAFSA or students who meet the eligibility requirements to receive federal student aid, submit the CARES Act Application.
- Recent graduates or students who DO NOT meet the eligibility requirements to receive federal student aid, submit the College of Law Emergency Fund Application.
- Tuition and Fees | Estimated Student Budget
- Types of Financial Aid
- How to Apply for Financial Aid
- Core Values
- FAQ - Financial Aid
Scholarships and Resources
- Scholarships, Graduation Awards, Fellowships, and Assistantships
- Scholarships - Outside Opportunities
- Other Resources
- Veterans Resources
- Scholarships and Resources for Undocumented Students
Stetson Law encourages students to use the free Max Personal Finance Program service for unbiased borrowing and loan repayment guidance. The experts at AccessLex, a nonprofit organization, will help you understand your options. Call them at 1-844-755-HELP.