Federal School Code: 001216
You are about to make a lifelong investment in your future and realize your goal of entering law school. You want to make the best possible decisions in financing this educational opportunity. The Office of Financial Aid at La Verne Law is eager to help you explore your options and plan for your future success.
We take great pride in our ability to partner with you through the financial aid process. The staff will work with each individual student to ensure access to the widest range of financing options.
Financial assistance is available to qualified students through grants, scholarships, employment, and student loan programs. While La Verne Law considers both academic achievement and financial need when awarding financial aid, applying for assistance will not jeopardize a student’s chance for admission.
To assist you in planning your finances, student expense budgets detailing the average costs of attending La Verne Law are available for the previous five years.
Office of Financial Aid Mission Statement
The Office of Financial Aid at the University of La Verne is committed to:
- Adhering to federal, state and institutional policies in the administration of financial aid, including the protection of student privacy.
- Empowering La Verne students by providing them with the access and education needed to make informed decisions.
- Providing quality customer service to our students and the La Verne community.
These commitments express the values, purpose and business of the Office of Financial Aid as we embrace the mission of the University of La Verne in providing knowledge, service to the community, and vision for the future.
Office of Financial Aid Code of Conduct
Office of Financial Aid employees do not receive anything of value from any lending institution or guarantee agency in exchange for an advantage sought by the lending institution or guarantee agency.
Office of Financial Aid employees do not accept anything, of more than nominal value, from any lending institution or guarantee agency.
Office of Financial Aid employees do not receive anything of value for serving on advisory boards of any lending institution or guarantee agency.
The University of La Verne’s lender list is free of any bias, actual or perceived conflicts of interest, and is based solely on the best interests of the students or parents who may use the list without regard to financial interests of the University.
Students and parents have the right and ability to select the lender of their choice regardless of the University of La Verne’s lender list.
The Office of Financial Aid uses its own employees and not employees of lenders or guarantee agencies in staffing the office.