Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP)

Program Overview

The University of Illinois College of Law is committed to encouraging its graduates to pursue public interest careers. The burden of law school debt can hinder students from choosing meaningful, low paying careers in public service, government, and nonprofit organizations, and LRAP gives graduates more flexibility in career selection by offering partial loan forgiveness to qualifying applicants.

LRAP recipients receive partial loan forgiveness, and all graduates who choose qualifying work are eligible to apply through the annual application process.

Full Program Description and Requirements

Apply Now Application due April 30, 2014.

Eligibility

LRAP applicants must be graduating students or graduates of the College of Law. Students may apply during their third year of law school or post-graduation. The following factors determine eligibility for the program:

  • Qualifying public interest employment
  • Employment income
  • For more information about LRAP, please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at (217) 244-6415.

Gifts to LRAP

The Loan Repayment Assistance Program is in need of your help to ensure its continuing success. To contribute to this program, please contribute online or contact Chris Higgins, Assistant Dean for Advancement at (217) 244-0021.