Outside Scholarships

The May Firm provides law students a $1000 Don't Text and Drive Scholarship based on an essay titled: What would really make drivers stop texting while driving? See https://www.mayfirm.com/santa-barbara/ for details. Deadline January 31, 2017.

The Law Office of Ronald D. Weiss offers a $2500 scholarship essay contest which should include originality, quality writing, and responsiveness to the contest topic. See http://www.ny-bankruptcy.com/scholarship/. The deadline for entries is April 21, 2017.

Encore provides the $1000 Victims of Drunk Driving Scholarship. See essay topics and application information at http://www.encoreprotection.com/scholarship-program/. Deadline is May 31, 2017.

Zavodnick, Zavodnick & Lasky, LLC provide a $1,000 bi-annual scholarship to help with the costs of higher education to the winner of an essay-writing project. See http://www.yourdelawareworkerscompensation.lawyer/scholarship/. The deadline is June 6, 2017 at 9 a.m. PST.

American Indian College Fund awards educational scholarships to American Indian/Alaska Native undergraduate and graduate students attending tribal colleges and public or private/non-profit colleges. For a list of offered scholarships for graduate students see American Indian College Fund - graduate.

Berks County Community Foundation awards many educational scholarships to a Berks County, PA resident. For a list of offered scholarships see bccf.org/scholarships.

BLSA has funded and developed a financial aid Web site that provides a plethora of scholarship information and provides several ways that donations can be made to the "Students of Color Scholarship Fund." They invite you to review the information at www.financialaid4you.com.

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Scholarship information for international students may be found at www.internationalscholarships.com.

Disclaimer: We do not endorse or confirm outside scholarships. Students should research the firm or organization carefully before submitting an application and always read the fine print. You will not be asked to pay an application fee for a legitimate scholarship. 

For answers to any questions you have about financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at lawfa@seattleu.edu.