Terms & Conditions of Your Award

In order to receive federal financial aid, you must be enrolled at least half-time, be a degree-seeking student and demonstrate reasonable academic progress toward graduation or completion. Also, you must not be in default on federal student loans and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

This award is offered up to the maximum Cost of Attendance Budget based on your enrollment in the minimum number of credit hours required for your academic program and may be adjusted if your enrollment changes.

The total amount that you accept of your offered award will be divided equally among the semesters in which you have been awarded (i.e. Fall and Spring). Loans for one semester (fall graduate) will be disbursed in one payment within the semester awarded, less the Department of Education processing fees.

All first time federal student loan borrowers at Illinois Institute of Technology-Chicago Kent College of Law must complete Entrance Loan Counseling to learn about their rights and responsibilities of the loan programs. Students can complete this requirement online at studentloans.gov

Award adjustments will be made after the end of the add/drop period if a student exceeds their eligibility due to enrollment hours.

You are required to notify our office if you are receiving any type of additional resources. Additional resources are used in determining a student's eligibility for federal aid as required by the Department of Education. Examples of additional resources include employer tuition reimbursement, outside gift assistance, and employer assistance programs, etc. Please be sure to notify the Office of Financial Aid as soon as possible if you receive additional resources.

You will be contacted to complete any missing required documents in future correspondence. Funds will not be disbursed until all eligibility and missing document requirements are satisfied. Provided that all requirements are satisfied, the Office of Financial Aid will disburse awarded funds to student’s accounts no earlier than 10 days prior to the first day of classes.

Please visit our website by clicking on the following links for information on Satisfactory Academic Progress, Complete Withdrawal’s and Consumer Information.

Please contact the Registrar's Office for additional enrollment information.