Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Penn State Law Cuts Tuition by $20K

Here’s the news from the Penn State Law website:

Applicants for the class entering in August 2014 are eligible to participate in our Commonwealth Scholars Tuition Grant Program. Here’s how it works:

  • All Pennsylvania residents admitted to Penn State University Dickinson School of Law will automatically receive a free $20,000 tuition grant, renewed each year for a total tuition savings of $60,000. The grant will be applied toward J.D. tuition at Penn State Law only. 
  • All Pennsylvania residents may apply to Penn State University Dickinson School of Law for free.
  • All Pennsylvania residents who apply will be considered for additional scholarship aid based on other performance criteria as well as need.
  • The grant is available for admission to either the Carlisle or the University Park campus. 

Here is an article from the Patriot-News. The competition for law students is getting serious.

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