Fellowships, scholarships, and grants through private organizations can provide you with tuition and living assistance that doesn't have to be repaid. These kinds of funding are often awarded for merit, need, in exchange for service, or a combination of these elements.We encourage applicants and matriculated students to seek alternative financial aid through programs sponsored by:
- Government agencies
- Home state bar associations
- Professional organizations you or your family are affiliated with
- Recreational programs or associations you belong to
Websites of interest:
- Visit finaid.org, which provides information on loan types , loan repayment calculators and information on budgeting.
- Fastweb is a free scholarship search engine you might want to to check out as well. The site matches you with scholarship providers who meet the criteria you provide on the online application.