Law School Student Loans
After determining whether you qualify for government-sponsored student loans, which generally offer more favorable terms, you may want to consider credit-based loans to help pay direct and indirect college expenses.
On an annual basis, Boston University invites lenders to provide information about their products through a Request for Information (RFI) process. The University has reviewed the information provided by every lender who submitted information and, based on the information submitted, identified the following loan products as having competitive rates, customer service, and borrower benefits. The availability of bar exam study borrowing was also considered.
You are not required to borrow from one of the lenders identified here or in other University materials. You may choose to borrow from any lender without penalty. We urge you to compare information concerning credit-based student loans carefully to determine the best fit for your particular circumstance.
Comparison of Loan Programs
- Federal Graduate PLUS Loan
- Discover Law Loans & Discover Bar Exam Loans
- Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan & Sallie Mae Bar Study Loan
- Wells Fargo Graduate Loan & Wells Fargo Bar Exam Loan