Types of Aid

 

The law school seeks to provide need-based financial aid sufficient to permit any students admitted to the J.D. program to attend Berkeley Law. Indeed, approximately 83 percent of Berkeley Law J.D. students receive some form of financial aid. Need-based grants and scholarships are awarded as described on their respective webpages. Additionally, Berkeley Law offers supplemental scholarships to continuing students and makes available an array of federal and private student loans. The types of aid listed below are some of the most common components of the financial aid package. All financial resources including, but not limited to, those listed below are coordinated with your financial aid package.  

Scholarships & Fellowships

Need-Based Grants

Loans

Work-Study