The CapLaw Partners Program
CapLaw Partner Program Tuition Benefit and Merit Scholarships
The CapLaw Partners Program matches your employer's tuition benefit, dollar for dollar, up to $5,250 annually as an entering first-year Part-Time student. You may also qualify for additional merit-based scholarships. For our part-time programs, scholarships range from $1,000 to $10,000 per year. All applicants are considered for institutional scholarship during the admission process, without filling out a separate application. Scholarship decisions are based primarily on undergraduate academic performance and LSAT scores. Scholarships are renewed each year you meet the renewal criteria. The combined total of your tuition discount and scholarship award shall not exceed the total cost of tuition.
Tuition: Tuition at Capital University Law School is assessed on a strict per credit hour basis. The Cost of Attendance Tables contain estimated tuition costs for each program. Your actual tuition charges will depend on the number of credit hours for which you register
Types of Financial Assistance
Federal Direct Stafford Loans: These low-interest loans assist with educational expenses and are federally guaranteed, which means borrowers do not need to pass a credit check to receive funding. Maximum award is $20,500 per academic year.
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans: Graduate and professional students have the option of borrowing through the Graduate PLUS program to cover any remaining educational expenses. A credit check is required. Interest accrues once loan funds are disbursed. You can begin repaying these loans while in school or defer payment until after graduation if you are enrolled at least half-time.
Applying for Financial Aid
Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Capital's federal school code is 003023. Basic eligibility requirements include:
- Be enrolled at least half-time each semester
- Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress
- Must not be in default on any federal loans
- Be registered with Selective Service, if required