Seattle University School of Law is committed to serving and educating members of the military and their families. Our knowledgeable staff is here to guide you through the process, from application to graduation.
Applying to Seattle U Law
Take the LSAT for free – The Veterans Affairs’ National Testing Program provides reimbursement for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) registration, one of your first steps in applying to law school.
Paying for law school
Seattle U Law participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which provides an additional $10,000 in funding for up to 32 JD students using GI Bill® benefits.
Veterans are also eligible for the Seattle U Law Community Service Stipend, a one-time $3,000 award (also offered to candidates Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, VISTA, Teach for America, and other public service project experience). Candidates should indicate their service on their law school application or resume.
Veteran student life
Many veterans have chosen Seattle U Law to earn their law degree. Learn why veterans Elyne Vaught and Ariel Hargrave embarked on this path.
For questions about eligibility and other benefits related questions, contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preparing for your legal career
Seattle U Law’s Center for Professional Development can assist veteran students translate their prior military service and skills into the legal profession, either through continuation of military service, transition to government, or entrance into the private sector.