Incoming Student Scholarships
In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law is pleased to offer renewable Dean's Scholarships. These scholarships are academic merit-based awards offered to incoming first year students. All applicants are considered for Dean's Scholarships during the application process; there is no separate scholarship application process.
The Dean's Scholarship is renewable if the awarded student meets and maintains at least a 2.5 GPA, and other scholarship conditions.
For historical data regarding scholarship retention, visit our website at law.loyno.edu/historical-scholarship-retention-data.
Ignatian Law Scholars
The Ignatian Law Scholars Program awards prospective students entering Loyola College of Law whose applications reflect the Jesuit values of excellence and service to others. Ignatian Law Scholars receive a renewable Dean's Scholarship and are assigned faculty and alumni mentors to aid in the transition to both law school and the practice of law.
For more information regarding incoming student scholarships, please contact the Office of Law Admissions at email@example.com.
The College of Law has revised the application process for upper-class scholarships. In the spring semester of each academic year, students may apply for these annual and endowed scholarships. Applications will only be accepted through the online portal. The application period begins in March.
Below is a list of scholarships for students entering their 2nd, 3rd and 4th years.
Students will be able to specify on the application the specific scholarship(s) for which they would like to apply. The scholarships are categorized based on the respective donors’ established criteria, such as division in law school (civil/common), planned career, geographic background and/or ethnicity, among others. Please note that there are GPA requirements for most of the scholarships.
Additionally, there is a large category of scholarships under the General category. ALL APPLICANTS will be considered for the scholarships in the General category, so there is no need to include them in the application. The amount of funds available are based on returns from the endowed scholarship accounts, therefore limited funds are available. Scholarship awards are generally in the $2,000-$6,000 range. Not every applicant will receive funding.
For more information regarding Upper-Class Scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org