LL.M. Scholarships & Financial Aid

U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents and Eligible Noncitizens

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
LL.M. students who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or eligible noncitizens may be eligible for federal financial aid to help pay the costs of attending the University of Oregon School of Law.  Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the first week in February for receipt by the University of Oregon's Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships by the March 1 priority deadline of the year for which aid is sought. Because some funds are limited, applicants are encouraged to submit the FAFSA even if they have not yet been admitted to the School of Law or have not yet filed their federal tax return.  For questions about student loans, the FAFSA or elibility, contact the University of Oregon's Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarship.  Read more.

University of Oregon Scholarship Opportunities
The University of Oregon offers scholarship opportunities for U.S. citizens or permanent residents.  For more information on some of the scholarship opportunities available for eligible students, please click the links below:

General Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities
Click the links below for information on other scholarship opportunities that may be available for eligible students:

International Students

Financial Aid and Scholarships

The University of Oregon offers several international student financial aid and scholarship opportunities.  For more information on some of the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available for eligible students, please click the links below:

Other Scholarship, Fellowship and Funding Resources

The following are links to organizations that may provide scholarships, fellowships, or funding to eligible students and scholars who are pursuing an advanced law degree (the links are to third-party sites, and the sources are not affiliated with, controlled by, or officially endorsed by the University of Oregon). The sources are provided for reference purposes.