In addition to federal resources, many corporations, civic and religious organization and other groups provide scholarship awards to assist students with their cost of education. Please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office for any additional information on these scholarships.
For more information on a specific scholarship, refer to the sponsoring organization for contact information.
Mike Edison Scholarship (OPEN- May 1, 2018)
Richard D. Hailey Scholarship (OPEN- May 1, 2018)
Leesfield / AAJ Scholarship (OPEN- May 1, 2018)
AAJ Trial Advocacy Scholarship (OPEN- May 1, 2018)
American Indian College Fund (OPEN- May 31, 2018)
DDR Lawyers Legal Scholarship (OPEN- December 31, 2018)
Diversity in Law Scholarship (OPEN- April 16, 2018)
California Bar Association Scholarship (OPENS April 2018)
Hispanic Scholarship Fund (OPEN- March 30, 2018)
The Earl Warren Legal Training Program (OPEN- May 1, 2018)
The Ryan Law Group (OPEN- July 31, 2018)
Minority Corporate Counsel Association (OPENS May 1, 2018)
Orange County Women Lawyers Association Stipends (OPEN- April 20, 2018)
Zavodnick/Zavodnick &Lasky 2017 Bi- Annual College Scholarship (OPEN- June 30, 2018)
The following links are provided as a courtesy to students. The Financial Aid office does not endorse any of the following pages.
Additional Financial Aid Resources
|AdmissionsDean||The Scholarship Page||Sallie Mae|
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