Syracuse Law Scholarships and Grants
Aid from SU Law
Institutional Aid from SU Law
Merit-based College of Law Scholarships are awarded to selected incoming first-year J.D. students during the admission application process. All prospective J.D. students (whether US citizens, permanent residents or international applicants) are considered for merit-based scholarships. Law Scholarships range in value from nearly half-tuition to over three-quarters tuition. Some scholarships require students to maintain a minimum GPA. See a summary of our scholarship retention statistics below.
Law students can use their merit scholarships throughout their full-time enrollment – even during the completion of a joint degree, resulting in the opportunity to earn both degrees for the price of one!
Merit scholarships are offered to continuing students who are ranked in the Top 20 of their class based on class rank at the end of the 1L year.
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