Unless otherwise noted, the application process for endowed scholarships
begins in the spring semester. The
Office of Financial Aid will notify students when applications are available. Applicants will be considered for all
scholarships for which they meet the donor criteria.
Awards are applied to the student’s financial aid for the subsequent award
year. Funds are split equally between the
fall and spring semesters. Additional scholarship
will reduce loan eligibility for the financial aid award year. Award recipients will receive an adjusted
financial aid package.
Scholarship funds are applied to tuition costs only. After the drop period, if it is determined
that the scholarship exceeds total tuition charges, the scholarship may be
reduced. If a refund was issued, students
will be required to return any scholarship funds that exceed tuition charges.
Ackerman-Gemmette Scholarship Upperclass student with a demonstrated interest in advancing the rights of bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender individuals in the U.S.
Addison & Ruth Dewey Scholarship Capital University graduate with financial need.
Albert B. Gregg Memorial ScholarshipInterest in public interest law. Priority given to students who serve as unpaid interns in the field of public interest law.
Beverly C. Bishop Memorial Scholarship Third-year law student who exemplifies Ms. Bishop's love of life and desire for learning.
Brian A. Freeman Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Constitutional Law Merit scholarship for a student who has excelled in Constitutional Law l and ll.
C. Russell & Mary Jane Thompson Memorial Scholarship Evening student. Preference given to students with financial need.
Capital University Law School Minority Endowed Scholarship FundProvides financial assistance to students of color with demonstrated financial need.
Class of 1973 ScholarshipIn support of future law students.
Class of 2003/Dean Steven C. Bahls Scholarship - Book AwardUpperclass students to assist with law book expenses with a demonstrated financial need.
Class of 2005 Students Giving Back to Students Merit Scholarship FundMerit scholarships to graduating year part-time and full-time law students based on academic performance and active extracurricular participation at Capital University Law School. Demonstrated financial need.
Class of 2006 Students Giving Back to Students Merit Scholarship FundGraduating year part-time and full-time law students based on overall active extracurricular participation at Capital University Law School. Demonstrated financial need
Class of 2007 Students Giving Back to Students Merit Scholarship FundUpperclass student actively engaged in extracurricular activities or as an active member of a student organization and who received less than 10% of their law school tuition in scholarship awards.
Class of 2009 Students Giving Back to Students Merit Scholarship FundStudent entering final year of study who has shown academic improvement.
Class of 2010 Students Giving Back to Students Merit Scholarship FundStudent entering final year of study who has received less than 5% of tuition in scholarship.
David D. White Scholarship African-American students with commitment to community service.
David D. and Francis A. White ScholarshipAfrican-American student who has achieved the highest grade point average at the end of their second year of law school.
Floyd D. Weatherspoon Endowed Scholarship for Employment Discrimination & Labor Law Upperclass student with a demonstrated financial need and a demonstrated interest in practicing as a plaintiff attorney in the areas of employment discrimination and labor law. Click here for the application.
Floyd D. Weatherspoon Endowed Scholarship for Equal JusticeUpperclass student with a demonstrated financial need and a demonstrated interest in practicing public interest law that directly assists African Americans, particularly African-American males. Click here for the application.
Ernest & Elizabeth Clarke Scholarship Awarded based on merit and financial need.
Gretchen O. Brown Memorial Scholarship Second-year evening female student.
Hugh Huntington ScholarshipEvening law student with demonstrated financial need.
John M. Caren Memorial Scholarship Based on merit and financial need.
Joseph A. Brunetto Award for excellence in the Study of LawAcademic merit in the study of law at the Capital University Law School. Preference shall be given to a student who graduated from Bexley High School, who received an undergraduate degree from Capital University, and/or who is from Bexley, Ohio.
Law Review Executive Board Scholarship
Law Alumni Association Scholarship Based on merit and financial need.
Metcalf Merit Scholars FundUpperclass students who have selected advanced course work in the area of probate law.
Miami University Alumni Scholarship Awarded to alumni of Miami University who attends Capital University Law School.
Dennis S. & Judi S. Pines Merit Scholarship Awarded to third or fourth-year evening division student with GPA that qualifies for Dean's List and demonstrated financial need.
Noah J. Kern Memorial ScholarshipDemonstrated financial need and aptitude for the law.
R. Scott Spriggs Merit Scholars FundUpperclass student with a cumulative law school GPA of 3.0 or higher who also graduated from a high school located in: Boyd, Carter or Greeup counties in Kentucky; Adams, Gallia, Jackson or Lawrence counties in Ohio; or Cabell, Lincoln or Wayne Counties in West Virginia. Preference to students with demonstrated financial need.
Ronald I. Friedman Memorial ScholarshipDemonstrated financial need. Exemplifies Professor Friedman's interests in promoting Hispanic-American culture, his vision of a diverse legal community within the law school and his commitment to ethics and professionalism in the law.
Rudov & Stein PC ScholarshipRising third-year full-time student, whose GPA is in the third quartile of their class, who has achieved the greatest increase in their law school GPA at the end of their second year as compared to the end of their first year. Preference given to a student from Ohio or Pennsylvania.
The Farnham E. Mosley Scholarship Upperclass, evening student based on academic merit.
Thelma Johnson Berry Memorial Scholarship African-American law student, based on financial need.
Weiler Scholars Fund Based on academic merit during the first year and demonstrated financial need.
Winston C. Allen ScholarshipEvening student, based on financial need and merit.
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