Discuss various money matters here. Loans (federal and private), scholarships, lottery winnings, or other school finance related information and queries.
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So, after reading several forums regarding transferring I've gotten the impression that most if not all schools do not give scholarship money for incoming transfer students. I was wondering though if this is only true for merit scholarships or do schools not give need based money to transfer students either?
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There's not much need-based money in law school, period.
The exceptions being Harvard and Yale. (Stanford? Not sure.)
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rinkrat19 wrote:There's not much need-based money in law school, period.
The exceptions being Harvard, Stanford, and Yale.
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Depends on the school, and depends on the state. Probably there won't be scholarship money for incoming transfers, but I'm a transfer and I got a need-based grant. It really depends. Good luck!
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Georgetown, in addition to Stanford, Yale & Harvard, offers need-based financial aid to transfers.
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