I'm not going to be able to make ASW so I hope everyone can post their experiences as I'm pretty sure I'm committed to going to GULC after today. I was caught up trying to wait for Mich.'s WL offer but my financial aid has a 27k grant which seems like its annual. If so, I'm pretty sure I'm going to be in D.C. this fall as that's a blessing I just can't pass up. An added scholly would just blow my mind.
Speaking of which, I've been looking but does anyone know if grants are annual or what? Either way even 27k for the first year would be more than I anticipated so I'm ecstatic right now.
Edit: Found this in the thread, helped out, thanks all. Pretty sure I'm gonna be at GULC next year knowing the following:
"Awards are generally renewable at the same level for up to 2 additional years of full-time study at Georgetown Law (1 additional year for transfer students). Changes significantly affecting the financial situation of the student, student's spouse and/or student's parent(s) may affect the level or availability of grant assistance in future years. In addition, students earning significant pay through summer employment (e.g., working as law firm summer associates) are expected to use a portion of their earnings for their education and, accordingly, are likely to have their grant assistance reduced for the following year."
"Dean's Tuition Grants are awarded with the understanding that there is a moral obligation for the student to repay the funds received. By accepting the grant award, the student accepts his/her moral responsibility to contribute to Georgetown Law when financially able to do so. The fulfillment of this moral obligation will help to replenish the grant fund and ensures that Georgetown Law will be able to offer institutional aid to future students."
I'm down to pay that back when I'm financially able