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Financial Literacy: MAX by AccessLex®

MAX is a first-of-its-kind, multi-faceted personal finance program designed exclusively for law students by our partners in financial education, AccessLex Institute, the largest philanthropic organization in the country focusing on access, affordability and the value of legal education. And befitting AccessLex Institute’s nonprofit mission, the program comes at NO COST to our school or our students.

The MAX program for all Students:

  • Teaches personal finance in a way that leverages the skills law school attracts and fosters;
  • Takes a multi-format approach – including interactive online lessons, webinars, in-person workshops and one-on-one counseling – that lets you define your own path;
  • Delivers information in quick and easy to understand components to fit into your demanding schedule; and
  • Offers scholarship incentives to motivate you to stay on task and on schedule – AccessLex will award over $300,000 through MAX Scholarship drawings during the 2022-2023 academic year!

Students may start using this FREE resource today by registering at! Or, contact the Financial Aid Office to ask any questions you might have.

AccessConnex by AccessLexSM gives you free access to a team of Accredited Financial Counselors, who can answer your financial questions about borrowing strategies, loan terms, repayment options, credit, and more. Through our partnership with AccessLex Institute, you can schedule free and unlimited calls with one of their counselors at a time that works for you!

Scholarship Databank by AccessLex helps students maximize the affordability of a law degree and assists them in making wise financial decisions, by making it easier for students to find money to help pay for law school and lower their student loan burdens by providing a list of vetted scholarships.

Financial Preparation for the Bar Exam

The bar exam is expensive. The bar application fee and bar preparation course can be costly. MAX offers a workshop and individual coaching on strategies for financing bar study expenses.

Entrance and Exit Counseling

Entrance and exit counseling can provide valuable information about repaying your loans, including a guide to managing your student loan repayment.

Understanding Credit

The Financial Aid Office, Understanding Credit page, encourages all students to monitor their credit because credit affects so many aspects of a person’s life.

Education Tax Credits and Deduction Information

IRS Publication 970- Tax Benefits for Education


Financial Aid Office
3737 Vartan Way
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: 717.541.3961
Fax: 717.541.1964
Email: [email protected]

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