An education at Baylor Law School is an intangible investment in yourself, in your future, and in the future of society as a whole. To help make this investment attainable for you, we can direct you to a wide variety of scholarships, grants, and student loans.
The Baylor Law School Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is your first stop for financial aid assistance. Officers can provide you with general information about financial aid, can assist you to complete the paperwork required for financial aid, and can help you assess your student loan eligibility. Baylor University's Office of Financial Aid is staffed with experienced financial aid professionals who are available to help you understand all the details of the financial aid process.
Baylor Law School offers academic merit scholarships to entering students. You do not need to apply for most of these scholarships, because Baylor Law School awards these automatically to students who qualify, and the award notification is made in the acceptance letter.
Waco is a small city of about 220,000 people, with a very affordable cost of living. Housing, both for rental and purchase, is priced very modestly compared to most major metropolitan areas across the country. The overall cost of living in Waco is roughly half that of New York City, for example.
FINANCIAL AID OFFICE:
One Bear Place #97028
Waco, Texas 76798-7028
Clifton Robinson Tower
700 South University Parks Drive, Suite 150
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.