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Law Financial Aid Office
1825 W. Rocket Dr., Ste. 2000S
2801 W. Bancroft, MS 507
Toledo, OH 43606
The College's robust scholarship program benefits both first-year and upper-level students. The Law Financial Aid Office is happy to help students identify funding opportunities and work through the application process.
Entering Student Scholarships
Entering students are considered for the following scholarships based on their application for admission. Scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis and notifications are mailed to recipients. Visit our Conditional Scholarship Retention Rates page for scholarship retention data.
Dean’s Scholarship: These awards may provide full or partial tuition and fees for up to three years, provided that a stipulated grade point average is maintained each academic year.
Denton Leadership Stipend: Toledo Law offers Denton Leadership and Service awards to select applicants who have shown extraordinary leadership and promise. This one-time stipend is intended to provide funding for miscellaneous law school related expenses.
Legal Education Opportunity Grant (LEOG): Toledo Law offers LEOG awards to high-achieving candidates from groups traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession. These awards offer up to full tuition and fees, and may include a book stipend.
Michigan Resident Scholarship Guarantee: Toledo Law will provide a scholarship to cover the out-of-state surcharge to Michigan residents. This scholarship is automatically renewed each semester of law school. See the Michigan Resident Scholarship Guarantee page for more information.
Monroe County, Michigan Reciprocity: Residents of Monroe County, Michigan are treated as Ohio residents for tuition purposes.
Value Scholarship: Toledo Law guarantees that new full-time students who are residents of Ohio or Michigan entering in Fall 2014 will pay no more than $17,900 per year in tuition for all three years of law school. See the Value Scholarship page for more information.
Through the generosity of alumni and benefactors, there are many upper-level scholarships that current students may apply for during spring semester each year.
To be considered for upper-level scholarships, current students must complete the 2014-15 College of Law Scholarship Application during spring semester. The Law Financial Aid Office is available to help students identify funding opportunities.
Top Ten Scholarship: Students who entered Toledo Law without a Dean’s or LEOG scholarship, and who complete the first-year curriculum and are ranked in the Top 10 of their class, will receive a scholarship that covers in-state tuition for their second year of law school.
Each year, the Law Financial Aid Office is notified of External Scholarships that are offered by various organizations located nationwide.
In addition to this list of external scholarships, students may wish to take advantage of any of the following free scholarship search services available online. Beware of any service that asks for money or credit card information before conducting the scholarship search.
Fastweb Scholarship Search
College Answer Scholarship Search
CollegeBoard Scholarship Search
Students must notify the Law Financial Aid Office if they receive any external scholarship or tuition assistance.