Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance represents average costs for most students, and establishes an annual limit on financial aid (grants and loans from all sources) available to each student.
The financial aid program at Harvard Law School is entirely need-based. A student’s need is determined by subtracting the calculated student and family resources from the cost of attendance.
Financial Aid Packages
Need-based grant aid is available based on demonstrated financial need. Here are two hypothetical aid package examples.
Applying for Student Loans
You can finance the entire cost of your education through loans, if needed. Student Financial Services provides information and resources to help you through the process of securing loans.