Installment Plans & Financial Aid

California School of Law is pleased to offer students several affordable and attractive installment plans. All installment plans require some payment while attending law school. All students enrolled in the California School of Law will be approved for an installment plan.

Tuition is charged by the trimester, not the year, keeping both the principal and interest low.

Federal Financial Aid is not available to our students at this time.

California School of Law Tuition Installment Plans

$350/mo, 10%
Students make a $350.00 payment each month until the law school is paid in full. The interest rate is 10% per year on the amount owed. NOTE: This plan requires a monthly auto-debit from your bank account.

$450/mo, 5%
Students make a $450.00 payment each month until the law school is paid in full. The interest rate is 5% per year on the amount owed.

$550/mo, 3%
Students make a $550.00 payment each month until the law school is paid in full. The interest rate is 3% per year on the amount owed.

$650/mo, 0%     (This is not a typo, 0% annual interest is charged)
Students make a $650.00 payment each month until the law school is paid in full. The interest rate is 0% per year on the amount owed. This is not a typo, 0% annual interest is charged.

$750/mo, 0%     (This is not a typo, 0% annual interest is charged)
Students make a $750.00 payment each month until the law school is paid in full by the end of the trimester. The interest rate is 0% per year on the amount owed.

Accelerating Payments

Students may payoff their note in full or make additional principal payments at any time with no pre-payment penalties.

Making additional payments reduces the principal balance of the loan, meaning that more principal and less interest is paid off in subsequent payments. Making accelerated payments will lead to the early pay-off of a loan. The higher the rate of interest on a loan, the more beneficial it can be to make accelerated payments. The faster the borrower applies accelerated payments toward the principal balance of a loan, the more interest that is saved.

Students should chose the Installment Loan Plan that works best for them, but keep in mind the more you pay each month the faster it will be paid off and with less interest.