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Posted On May 4, 2015
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Scholarships

The following are awarded by the Admissions Committee automatically to incoming students based on a combination of LSAT and UGPA. All scholarships are renewable in accordance with the terms of the award. No application is required:

  • Dean's Fellowships - Full tuition scholarship renewable for the duration of law school (dependent upon maintaining academic excellence). Students are considered based on undergraduate record, LSAT score, community involvement, work experience, and a combination of other factors.
  • Merit Scholarships - Awarded to promising entering students based on their undergraduate record, performance on the LSAT, and a combination of other factors. These scholarships range from $1,000.00 to 90% tuition remission, renewable annually, within the terms of the original offer.
  • Academic Achievement Scholarships - Academic Achievement Scholarships are awarded to continuing students at the end of each academic year and are determined by class rank at the end of each academic year.
  • Incentive Awards - Awarded to students from backgrounds that have historically been underrepresented in the legal profession. Incentive awards range from $1,000 - $8,800 per year and are renewed annually, so long as the recipient remains in good academic standing.

These awards are renewable throughout a student’s course of study in accordance with the terms of the original offer. Scholarships are also awarded to returning students based on academic achievement in law school.