»External Scholarships

Picture of School of Law Entering ClassMany local bar associations, corporations, community groups, and fraternal organizations offer scholarships, grants and loans to students pursuing a law degree. Students are encouraged to research these opportunities by contacting such organizations directly or through the Internet.

The American Bar Association provides information on access to legal education and the official guide to ABA approved schools. In addition this site provides information on available scholarship resources.

The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid provides information and resources to assist you in the financial aid process. Scholarship search links and calculators to estimate payment options are also available.

Fastweb - Internet scholarship search.

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Important Note

All scholarships received by students must be reported to the Fowler School of Law Financial Aid Office so that the award can be coordinated with any federal funds the student is receiving.