Financial aid is a source of monetary support in the form of grants, employment and loans for the specific purpose of meeting student’s educational costs. Financial Aid funds can be federal, state, institutional or from private sources. Financial aid is a necessity for almost everyone attending law school today, and St. Thomas University School of Law is sensitive to the challenge students and families face in paying for their studies.
Financing higher education should be a partnership between the student, his/her family, the state and federal governments, and the institution. It is our hope that this partnership will make it financially feasible to help our students find their future. Please contact our Financial Aid office to discuss your options or make an appointment.
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How to Navigate the Student Self Service Portal
This video explains how to navigate the Financial Aid Self Service Portal to accept, change, and view your financial aid award package.