At Phoenix School of Law, we are dedicated to helping you, not only achieve your legal education goals, but also do so in a cost effective manner. We'll do everything we can to help you make the best possible choices in financing your legal education. From financial and debt management counseling to applying for student loans and work study positions, we're here with you every step of the way throughout your entire law education at Phoenix School of Law.
Before you begin the Financial Aid process, we strongly recommend you review your free annual credit report. Take the time to make sure your report is void of any errors that may affect your eligibility for loans.
Your first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You are required by the Department of Education to do so every year.
- Review our step-by-step guide to completing the requirements for Financial Aid.
- Visit the Federal Student Aid for more information regarding funding options to meet your legal education goals.
No need to be overwhelmed by all the financial aid choices, your eligibility and application requirements. We are here to guide you step by step through the process ensuring you don't inadvertently miss any financial aid loans, scholarships or work study opportunities.
As a 2L or 3L, you'll find the process much easier at this stage in your law education. Even though you may have received financial aid the previous term, you must still fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year. In addition, if you are requesting a Graduate PLUS loan, you may be contacted to reapply for your PLUS loan. We will send you a reminder when it's time for you to reapply.
We couldn't be more proud of our graduating 3Ls. It's a time of great celebration and relief. While we're happy to send you off to start your law career, we want to make sure you fully understand what is required of you regarding your legal education loans. All borrowers of Federal Stafford and/or Federal Grad PLUS loans are required to participate in an online exit counseling session, Exit Counseling. Be on the lookout for an Exit Counseling Information Session in your last semester. We can also schedule an one on one session to review your specific needs and questions.
Contact a Financial Aid Counselor by phone at 602.682.6800 or email us for any other financial aid questions. Walk-ins are welcomed during office hours. We are located on the 13th floor.
Monday - Thursday 8am to 6pm
Friday 8am to 5pm
Financial Aid Staff:
Debbie Richards - Director of
Eric Border - Financial Aid Counselor
Annie Wan - Financial Aid Counselor