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We offer numerous scholarships to our admitted students. The merit-based scholarships represent a three-year commitment by the School of Law, with awards guaranteed for second- and third-year students as long as recipients remain in good academic standing.
To receive priority for need-based awards, you must submit your completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15. Please note, the Office of Financial Aid will continue to accept FAFSA forms throughout the admission cycle and will award need-based aid packages throughout the spring.
The goals of the Peace Corps and Teach For America are a natural match with the mission of the School of Law. Many alumni/ae from these organizations wish to pursue a law degree to advance social justice and make a difference in society. To support their continued efforts, the law school offers merit-based scholarships as well as one stipend to support an unfunded public interest co-op. (The law school also waives the application fee for those applicants involved with these programs. Plesae contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com for more information.)
Northeastern University Law Grants (NULG) are awarded to first-year students based on need. Recipients of this institutionally funded program are not required to repay this award. The Office of Financial Aid determines all NULG award decisions. To be eligible, you must be an admitted student and file a FAFSA.
A variety of modest need-based scholarships are awarded annually to upper-level students; some of these scholarships have very specific eligibility criteria. The application process for these named scholarships is separate and distinct from the application for financial aid. More information on the endowed scholarship application process is available.
Outside organizations offer limited scholarships for prospective and current law students. We encourage you to explore the following outside scholarships.