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The Law Alumni Board of Directors engages with and supports not only our alumni community, but also our student community. The Board is stepping up its efforts to benefit the student body at the School of Law by increasing available financial aid for current students through the Law Alumni Endowed Scholarship.
But we can't maximize our impact alone.
More than 75% of law students receive financial aid every year-- through scholarships, grants, and loans-- and most of the University's current endowment is designated to provide scholarship support. But we can do more to attract and retain talented students, and that is often directly tied to available scholarship funding. Increasing available scholarship aid is an important step toward expanding and preserving access to a Western New England School of Law education, while also maintaining the strong legacy of the School of Law for our alumni.
The Board selected the Law Alumni Endowed Scholarship as the beneficiary of our coordinated law alumni efforts. It is awarded to returning law students who have demonstrated academic ability and have financial need.
The Board has set a preliminary goal of increasing the endowment's funding by $50,000 to provide support for generations to come. The scholarship is awarded annually based on the calculated market value. Join us as fellow alumni in taking the first step towards that goal by raising $5,000 before the end of our fiscal year on June 30.
Scholarship aid is vital for our students; without it many would not be able to attend the law school.
"My scholarship aid is the reason I was able to attend law school. Donor funded scholarships made all the difference in the world to me and I am grateful for my experiences at Western New England University. Scholarships provide opportunities for educational and career achievements, and they open new doors for many people who are trying to make life changes." -Sarita Manigat L'18
Here's how you can help us reach our goal and leave a lasting impact on fellow law students: