Financial Aid

We understand that a law school education is a significant expense. If you have compared our tuition and fees with those of other law schools, you know that Bowen charges less tuition and fees than most law schools. The law school awards numerous scholarships each year to students. In addition to these scholarships, law students can also obtain loans from either the federal government or private lenders, and may be able to qualify for a limited amount of work-study funds. Approximately 70 percent of the student body receives some form of financial aid.

If you are applying for loans, apply early and submit all required information well before the deadline. Detailed information about applying for financial aid is available through the University’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid. To reach a Financial Aid Advisor, call 501.569.3035. Students who obtain certain types of public service employment after graduation may obtain loan forgiveness under the terms of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act.

Federal Loans

Private Loans


Work-Study Programs