Coastal Law offers a variety of scholarships to assist incoming students with the cost of tuition. Scholarships range from $8,000 to $35,000 per year. These scholarships are awarded by the Office of Admissions.
In addition to the scholarships offered by Coastal Law, many private organizations offer scholarships to new and returning law students. We encourage all students to research scholarship options to assist with defraying the cost of their legal education.
The Florida Coastal School of Law Foundation also provides scholarships. Click here for more information on those opportunities.
The following scholarships below are unaffiliated with Coastal Law. Please contact the scholarship provider directly for questions and to apply. If any scholarship offer requests that you send money to them, it is not reputable. A variety of private scholarships can be located via the internet. Two trusted scholarship searches are www.fastweb.com and http://www.scholarships.com/.
The Reeves Law Group - Offered to future law students in their senior undergrad year and students currently in law school. The scholarship awards $3,000 to the student that delivers a winning presentation or authors a winning essay in the Reeves Law Group annual scholarship contest. Students must apply by December 15.
American Bar Association - The ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship grants twenty incoming diverse law students with $15,000 of financial assistance over the course of their three years in law school.
Donald W. Banner Diversity Scholarship for Law Students - To support the development of intellectual property lawyers from diverse backgrounds.
One Lawyer Can Change the World $10,000 Scholarship - BARBRI Law Preview is proud to offer one hard-working law student a $10,000 scholarship toward their first year tuition. As part of the application process, each student must submit a 250-word essay online no later than April 15. The scholarship recipient will be chosen by the Chair of the ABA's Young Lawyers Division, and the award will be paid directly to the student's law school. Notification takes place on or before June 10.
We encourage you to contact our office if you have any questions concerning scholarships or financial aid at Florida Coastal School of Law. Appointments are not necessary.
Ms. Betty Harper, Financial Aid Counselor or James Artley, Dean of Students