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University of Florida Fee Waivers
UF Law offers merit-based fee waivers to candidates who meet or exceed both a 159 LSAT score and a 3.50 undergraduate GPA. Invitations to apply to UF Law using a merit-based fee waiver are emailed to those candidates who are registered for LSAC’s Candidate Referral Service and meet the above criteria. UF Law will waive the $30 application fee for candidates who received an LSAC Fee Waiver. The $30 application fee will automatically be waived for both LSAC fee-waived candidates and CRS merit fee-waived candidates upon submission of the online LSAC electronic application.

 

Mercer Law Open House

Mercer Law’s Open House is this Saturday, November 5thfrom 10:00AM - 12:00pm

 RSVP at mercerlawopenhouse.eventbrite.com or by calling 478-301-2605

1021 Georgia Ave. | Macon, GA 31207

 

FINANCING LAW SCHOOL RESOURCES

Financing Your Legal Education (ebook) 

Federal Student Aid program and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)**

Law School Admission Council: Financing Law School

**Free application - Be aware of companies that try to charge you for this service.

 

CHECK YOUR CREDIT BEFORE APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID

CREDIT CHECKS before applying for financial aid.  You should always check your credit reports before applying for a loan. Identity theft is a serious problem, and you don’t want your plans to be foiled because someone has been using your name and social security number to open up accounts in your name and possibly racking up debt in your name as well.

The Federal Trade Commission provides information about credit reports.

https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0155-free-credit-reports

www.annualcreditreport.com is the only authorized and legally mandated free annual credit report program.  Other sites that claim to be free or to monitor your credit are not authorized by the U.S. government and often are not free.

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