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Support Scholarships at the MSU College of Law

93%* of MSU Law students receive some level of financial aid to offset the cost of their law degree. By increasing the affordability and accessibility of a legal degree, MSU Law can attract and retain students with bold dreams and infinite potential. These students and our graduates support diverse communities by becoming advocates on their behalf. Reducing law school debt for our graduates provides them with more choices.

Some may choose to represent individual clients or entire communities. Some may elect to practice corporate law; others will serve as solo practitioners in rural or urban settings. MSU Law students and graduates are working in a wide range of industries across the nation and the globe! Scholarship support empowers Spartan lawyers to discovery their own place in the legal profession.

* data from the 2019-20 application cycle.

Give to the MSU Law Scholarship Fund and Help increase the affordability and accessibility of a law degree!

The MSU Law Scholarship Fund allows the college to offer aid to our incoming students. All admitted students are automatically considered for institutional scholarship aid and those scholarships are automatically renewable for all three years the students attend law school.

Your scholarship support gives our students the option to pursue their service goals rather than work solely to pay their legal education debt.

Make a Gift by Mail:

University Advancement
Spartan Way
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824

*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 22OOPCF1LAWSC” in the note section.

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