|Form||Available Date||Deadline||Notes and Instructions|
|Scholarship Application for Continuing Students||May 19||June 8||Link becomes available in the spring/early summer. 2Ls and 3Ls only.|
|Cost of Attendance Adjustment Request (COAAR) – Law||September||April 1||
Increases to the Cost of Attendance (also known as student budget), if approved, typically only result in additional loan eligibility. Unless the increase will be met with a scholarship, you must provide the following prior to obtaining the COAAR form:
1. Review the list of allowable expenses. Note that for certain expenses such as transportation, you must submit proof that you’ve already exhausted – or will exhaust – the amount allocated in the COA for that budget item before submitting a COAAR.
2. Proof of current student loan balance. A printout or screenshot of your federal “Financial Aid Review” (not required if no current loan debt)
3. Statement explaining what you plan on borrowing in subsequent years (if you will not be borrowing in subsequent years, please explain this in your statement) and what repayment plan you anticipate using after graduation.
4. Proof of repayment plan calculations. A printout or screenshot of your anticipated monthly student loan payment is sufficient. Use calculators on www.studentloans.gov website, listed under “Repayment Plans & Calculator”. Use your current loan balance plus what you anticipate you’ll borrow in subsequent years for the estimation.
After completing the above steps, e-mail your documents to email@example.com to obtain copy of the COAAR form.
|Budget Appeal Addendum for Bar Exam Fees||Spring||April 1||Link becomes available in the spring for spring graduates|
|University Bar Study Loan Application||March||April 3||Application becomes available in the spring for spring graduates|
|Berkeley Law Yellow Ribbon Program Application||n/a||n/a||Email firstname.lastname@example.org for application. (Must be an admitted student prior to requesting)|