Valparaiso University Law School offers a Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) to recent graduates that are currently working in the public interest sector. The LRAP was developed to provide financial assistance to Valparaiso Law graduates that have accumulated a substantial amount of student loan debt from educational loans. The program provides assistance for up to three years following graduation, if a graduate holds a full-time, law-related position in the public interest sector, and meets the LRAP’s eligibility requirements.
If you are working in the public sector on a full time basis and have student loan debt from educational loans, you are encouraged to apply for the LRAP. Along with your application, you must provide a letter from your employer verifying both your employment and annual gross salary.
For additional Student Loan Debt Relief programs available nationally, review Equal Justice Works resources page.
If you are a graduate of Valparaiso Law in 2012, 2013, 2014 and work full time in a public interest legal position, you are eligible to apply for the Loan Repayment Assistance Program. If you would like to apply for the LRAP, complete the application and read over the terms and conditions of the program. Note: You will need to include a two page essay describing your public interest goals and proof of employment letter from your employer stating salary and current employment standing along with your application.
Questions about the LRAP program can be directed to Robyn Rucker, email@example.com, 219.465.7972.
Please address application materials to Robyn Rucker, Career Planning Center, 656 South Greenwich Street, Valparaiso, IN 46383.