Federal Student Aid Consumer Disclosures
In compliance with Federal student aid regulations, the following consumer information is provided to current and prospective students.
- Harvard Law School financial aid information
- Information on need-based federal financial aid programs
- General Information about Harvard Law School and Harvard University
- Harvard Law School Academic Policy Information
- Harvard Law School Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy and Prevention Information
- Consumer Information for Student Athletes
- Graduation rate information for Harvard University
- Campus security statistics as required under the Clery Act
Additional information is available at the Harvard University Consumer Information site.
ABA Consumer Disclosures
ABA Standard 509(e) requires law schools to publicly disclose conditional scholarship retention data on its website. According to Standard 509(e):
“A conditional scholarship is any financial aid award, the retention of which is dependent upon the student maintaining a minimum grade point average or class standing, other than that ordinarily required to remain in good academic standing.”
Harvard Law School does not offer conditional scholarships.