For joint-degree programs, only the Law School portion of the joint-degree debt is covered.
Loans will be forgiven if the recipient meets the following conditions:
Graduates may enter a loan consolidation program, but LRAP benefits will only contribute for a maximum of five years. Benefits may be calculated based upon the actual monthly payment amount under consolidation.
All participants in LRAP must be current on their loan payments and have no outstanding balance on a Seattle University account. Default and delinquency will disqualify an applicant from participating and will terminate any further assistance for that participant.
The LRAP application requires the following:
Three ways to submit the completed application packet:
Seattle University School of Law
LRAP Committee, SFS
901 12th Ave, Sullivan Hall
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
The selection criteria include, but are not limited to, the following:
Decisions made by the LRAP committee are final.
This publication is intended for the guidance of Seattle University School of Law administration, students and faculty. It sets forth in general the manner in which the Law School intends to proceed with respect to the LRAP program, but the University reserves the right to depart without notice from the terms of this publication. This publication is not intended to be and should not be regarded as a contract.
Monday - Friday:
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday and Thursday
*By appointment only
Hours are subject to change during exams, holidays, and summer session. Changes will be posted outside of the entrance to the Administrative Offices.
A drop box is located to the left of the Administrative Office doors for after-hours correspondence.