Deferred repayment option: Make no payments while you're in school and in grace (nine months after leaving school).1 With this Law School Loan repayment option, you'll likely pay more for your total student loan cost, since the interest rate may be higher and unpaid interest will be added to your principal amount at the end of your grace period.
Pay a little and save
Fixed repayment option: Pay $25 every month7 you're in school and in grace, and you can save on your total loan cost when compared to our deferred repayment option.1 While your total loan cost will typically be less than with our deferred repayment option, unpaid interest will be added to your principal amount at the end of your grace period.
Pay interest and save even more
Interest repayment option: Pay your Law School Loan interest every month you're in school and in grace. Your interest rate will be 0.50 percentage points lower than with the deferred repayment option and 0.25 percentage points lower than with the fixed repayment option.1 Your total loan cost will likely be lower than with the other repayment options, but your Law School Loan payments will likely be larger while you're in school and in grace.