Academics

There are numerous resources to help finance a student's legal education. Below are links to and descriptions of information, funds, and programs available to all or specific groups of students. This is just a sample of the opportunities available. If you become aware of writing competitions, scholarships, or other awards, please contact Amy Rogan-Mehta, Director of Student Development and Academic Success, via email at amy.rogan-mehta@marquette.edu, by telephone at 414-288-0636, or in the Student Services Office, Room 238.

Tuition and Cost Specifics

Below are links to information on the current rate of tuition, fees, and average debt for students at the Law School. As you begin to consider payment strategies, it is important to keep up to date on changes in rates as you proceed through your experience.

Scholarships and Tuition Assistance Available from the Law School

Below are listings of scholarship that are available to current Marquette Law Students from the Law School itself. Check this area periodically to see new opportunities that may develop.

Continuing - Student Scholarships

There are a limited number of scholarships awarded each summer to continuing students with exemplary academic performance placing them near the top of the class. These scholarships do not require an application and are awarded on an annual basis. The total scholarship package given to students can not exceed the cost of tuition.

Federal Financial Aid

Emergency Loans

There may come times when there are emergency situations that result from delayed loan checks, sudden illness, or various other life events. If something unexpected occurs that is affecting your ability to handle essential finances (rent, food, heat, etc.), please contact Amy Rogan-Mehta, Director of Student Development and Academic Success, via email at amy.rogan-mehta@marquette.edu, by telephone at 414-288-0636, or in the Student Services Office, Room 238 to arrange the possibility of receiving an interest-free, short-term loan from the Law School.

Writing and Scholarship Competitions

Writing competitions are beneficial to students for numerous reasons. First, there are financial prizes available for those who perform well. Second, these competitions provide you an opportunity to approach faculty when the competition involves the faculty areas of interest. Finally, as you build a portfolio of legal writing samples, employers will be able to view diverse writings which can help to separate you from the rest of the applicants.

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