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Contact Information

The Law School Financial Aid Office is the single best source of information about financing a legal education at Fordham Law.   However, processing your financial aid is a collaborative effort that is shared with other offices within Fordham University.  The following information will help you direct your specific inquiries to the appropriate offices.

Law Financial Aid Office representatives  provide information and assistance regarding scholarship and grant aid, federal and private loans, budgeting and debt management, loan repayment, loan forgiveness and loan repayment assistance.  If you wish to meet with a staff member to discuss your personal situation, feel free to stop by our office during our office hours - an appointment is not necessary.

Staff:  Samanda Perez, Financial Aid Assistant; Rebecca Dent, Assistant Director; Kathleen Keenan, Associate Director; Ursula Duran, Senior Associate Director

Law Financial Aid Contact Information:
150 West 62nd Street, 4th Floor Room 4-105
New York, NY 10023
Tel. 212.636.6815 | Fax. 212.636.6018

Office Hours:  Mon., Tues & Thu., 9:00am-6:00pm Wed., & Fri., 9:00am-5:00pm

 Skype - In Hours: Mon., Tues., & Thu. 2:30pm-4:30pm

University’s Office of Enrollment Services:  provides services to Law School students in two primary areas:  student accounts and student federal aid processing.  Each department has its own office and both are located on the 2nd Floor of the Leon Lowenstein Building.

  • Student Accounts Representatives can answer concerns about the Law School tuition bill, payment procedures and methods, third party billing, Fordham’s Tuition Payment Plan, and wire-transfer payments.   They also provide assistance as it relates to credit balances including processing direct deposit agreement forms and issuing refunds.
  • Financial Aid Office Representatives finalize all Federal loan amounts with the Department of Education and certify all private loans.  In addition, this office verifies information provided on the FAFSA and makes professional judgment adjustments to the cost of attendance.