Scholarships are one of the types of financial aid that can be available to you to help finance your education. It is usually the most sought after type of aid because it typically refers to money for college that you are not expected to repay. Scholarships can be grouped into the following categories:
Institutional Scholarships – These are scholarships that are offered by Villanova Law School and awarded to students who meet certain criteria that can range from merit and academic achievement to financial need. You are automatically reviewed for most of the scholarships after you are accepted to the law school, but there are a few scholarships that require the submission of a personal statement or financial aid paperwork.
Outside Scholarships – Some private companies and social organizations may offer scholarships. Villanova Law School is not associated with these groups, but we have composed a list of opportunities that we have been informed about in order to help you in your search.
Public Interest Scholars Program – If you are a prospective student that has performed public interest work and can demonstrate a commitment to that field, then you may be interested in applying to this program before the February 15 deadline for the opportunity to receive a 100% tuition-waiver scholarship.
To review the Law School's Conditional Scholarship Retention data, please click here.