The College of Law awards credential-based scholarships to incoming students. These scholarships are determined largely by LSAT score and undergraduate GPA. Applicants are considered for a College of Law scholarship at the time of admission and no separate application is required. Applicants receiving awards are notified in their scholarship letter. Some scholarships for continuing students may be available from endowed funds and awarded based on criteria established by our generous alumni. Almost all scholarships are renewable for up to three (3) years, as long as the student remains in good academic standing and maintains a full-time courseload.
Please contact the College of Law should you have questions about these scholarships.
For more specific information visit the College of Law's Tuition and Financial Aid page.
Take advantage of external resources such as non-University of Idaho specific scholarships. It pays to search and apply. Any extra resource you bring in can help pay for the great education offered at the U of I.
Although you are automatically considered for any university-based scholarships for which you are eligible, we highly recommend that you consider additional sources of funding. Speak with your guidance counselor and check with family employers, credit unions, churches and other community organizations to see if they offer scholarships. Financial aid has a resource center located inside the financial aid office in The Pitman Center. You will find documents relating to other aid options, including a large list of outside scholarships. You may also find some of the following links helpful.
- Fast Web - Free online scholarship search
- College Board Scholarship Search - Free version of the FUND FINDER scholarship database
- SuperCollege - Free database of scholarships and grants
- GoCollege - Guide to free money
- Student Scholarships - Scholarship database
- College Scholarships - Free scholarship search
- Peterson's - Find the right scholarship, grant, or award for you
- Financial Aid for Undergraduate International Students
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