More Scholarships, Greater Affordability
An excellent law school education at Mizzou does not include burdensome student loan debt.
In fact, Mizzou Law was ranked a Top 25 Best Value Law School by The National Jurist Magazine. Mizzou awarded $3.3 million in student funding in 2019, and nearly 70% of students at the School of Law receive merit scholarships, fellowships, or an average of $17,020 in grants. At Mizzou Law, earning a respected JD is made eminently affordable.
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Gifts from generous Mizzou alumni and friends of the School of Law enable us to provide a significant amount of merit scholarships to law students each year.
All first-year applicants to the School of Law are automatically considered for scholarships — no other applications are required. Scholarships are awarded based on undergraduate grade point average, performance on the LSAT, and other relevant factors such as economic need.
The deadline to apply for admission and first-round scholarships is January 15, 2020.How to Apply
Merit scholarships for second- and third-year students are also available and are usually based on academic performance.
Have scholarship questions? Contact Jeff Turnbull at email@example.com or 573-882-1383.
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