Renewing Your Financial Aid

If you are interested in Federal Financial Aid for your 2L and 3L years, you must apply each year. Students can complete the FAFSA as early as October 1st for the next academic year.

For forms and deadlines, please visit the Grad/Law Financial Aid website. All forms should be mailed to the BC Processing Center:

Boston College Financial Aid Processing Center
P.O. Box 67486
Chestnut Hill, MA  02467

Withdrawals & Refunds

Tuition is refundable if notice of withdrawal is made in writing to the Dean, using the appropriate university form. The date of receipt of the withdrawal notice will determine the amount of tuition refunded.

Notice
Refund
Within two weeks after first class 80%
Within three weeks after first class 60%
Within four weeks after first class 40%
Within five weeks after first class 20%
After the fifth week of class No refund

Student Loan Counseling

Students admitted receive an award notice which identifies any scholarship support provided by the Law School, a financial aid worksheet for students to assist students in planning their budget, and options to apply for loans where appropriate. To expand our financial literacy efforts, we have partnered with AccessLex to offer all students free access to the AccessLex MAX program which offers asynchronous webinars and modules related to financial decision-making. With each completed module students are automatically entered into a drawing for additional scholarships offered directly from AccessLex.

Additional Services Include:

  • Financial Aid Counseling - drop-in hours at the Law School
  • Online and in-person entrance and exit counseling 
  • AccessLex MAX Program - access to scholarship databank, building financial confidence through webinars and modules with topics related to financial decision making which are offered to students throughout the year
  • Access to BC Law’s Loan Repayment & Assistance Program

Please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid to learn more.