Some Brandeis Law students may also be eligible for specific service-based benefits that assist with the cost of their education.
The University of Louisville is dedicated to serving those who have served our nation in the armed forces by helping to connect them with educational support resources, including a range of military education benefits that may be available to eligible veterans or their family members. Awarded Gold status for 2023-2024 by Military Friendly®, the University of Louisville participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program and assists student with processing federal VA educational benefits and Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs educational benefits. To discuss available benefits and other resources for students with military connections, please contact the Center for Military-Connected Students.
The University of Louisville offers limited tuition remission for eligible employees who enroll in the JD program at Brandeis Law. Full-timeemployees are eligible to take up to two courses at UofL (totaling no more than 8 credit hours) each semester tuition-free, while part-time employees are eligible to take one such course (no more than 4 credit hours). University fees, including those typically bundled with tuition, are not covered by tuition remission.
Please note that tuition remission for dependents applies only to a dependent's first undergraduate degree and therefore does not apply to the JD program at Brandeis Law. For more information, please visit the Human Resources website.