Rutgers Law School is planning to operate completely in-person for Fall 2021. On-campus housing will be available in limited capacity.
The entire Rutgers Law community hopes that you and your family are well as society navigates the continuing uncertainties resulting from COVID-19. While we're unable to conduct in-person visits, the Admissions and Financial Aid staff remain available to assist you as you consider Rutgers Law as a place to pursue your legal education. We encourage you to bookmark or visit this page frequently, as we will provide updates to keep you as informed as possible during the fluidity of the next few months. We also encourage you to continue to visit the Rutgers University—Covid-19 update site as well as sites that provide critical information.
1. Are there opportunities to visit the law school?
5. How are classes in the 2020-2021 academic year being delivered?
All classes with the exception of the clinics and skills-based courses are being taught remotely. Rutgers Law School is planning to operate completely in-person for Fall 2021. On-campus housing will be available in limited capacity.
6. Are there scholarship opportunities for admitted students?
1. When will I receive a Financial Aid Offer Letter?
We will send you a Financial Aid Offer Letter once we receive your FAFSA. The 2021-22 FAFSA became available on October 1st, 2020. Please complete it as early as possible using 2019 income information. The Award Offer Letter will contain additional information regarding the next steps in the loan process.
2. What if the scholarship I received with my acceptance letter is not on my Financial Aid Offer Letter?
Scholarships will be added to your Financial Aid Offer Letter once you pay your seat deposit and return the Scholarship Acknowledgment Form. We will then send you a revised Award Offer Letter that will include your scholarship.
3. I have prior educational loans that need to be deferred. Who processes my forms?
Deferment forms are processed by the University Registrar’s Office and returned to your loan servicer once you matriculate. In-school deferment forms may be submitted electronically to the Registrar's Office to campus you are attending.
4. If I have more questions about financial aid, who should I contact?
Camden: Director of Financial Aid Cassandra Hunter
Newark: Director of Financial Aid Tai Gedeon
In closing, at this time of community dispersion and economic disjunction, please know that we are here for you and any questions related to your consideration and planned enrollment at Rutgers Law. Do check back often for updated information, however, in the meantime to be in touch with the admissions office, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.