Liberty University School of Law has a generous merit-based scholarship program through which full and partial scholarships are available. To qualify for scholarships, prospective students must apply to the School of Law, meet admissions and scholarship criteria, and receive an offer of admission.
Scholarship awards are conditional upon the applicant's acceptance of admission, submission of the confirmation deposit, and subsequent enrollment in the Liberty University School of Law Juris Doctor program.
Scholarship recipients must accept any institutional and private grants for which they are eligible as a condition of being awarded a scholarship. Institutional and private grants, when combined with scholarships, cannot exceed tuition. If an excess occurs, scholarships will be reduced.
For further information, contact the School of Law Office of Financial Aid at 434-592-5300 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conditional Scholarship Retention Data
Conditional Scholarship Retention data can be found in the Official American Bar Association Data.
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