pjo wrote:Scurredsitless1 wrote:loureed wrote:14k automatic scholarship for 3.4+ and 161+ is not accurate. I beat both and got 12k.
I think the automatic scholly was for $10K. But it seems people that will pay out of state tuition have been getting a little more money.....
from pitt website: "Students admitted prior to March 1st earning a high LSAT score of 161 or better and an undergraduate cumulative grade point average of 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale) are guaranteed the Dean’s Scholarship. All admitted students are reviewed for consideration for a merit scholarship. Students awarded a merit scholarship will be notified in writing with their admit letter. The minimum award amount starts at $10,000 per academic year with two equal payments of $5,000 per term."
Just to clear this up a bit. as of LSN, OOS applicants have been getting 16k and in staters have been getting 12K (both for the dean's scholarship). I know on Pitt's site it says the dean's scholarship is 10k/year but I think this is dated. In actuality I think it is half of the years tuition (Pitt was 20,000/year like 2 years ago which would explain why the scholarship was 10K). Now that instate tution is up to 24k/year the dean's scholarhsip has subsequently increased to 12k (i.e. half) and 16k for out of staters. This is just what i've noticed.
Not sure why you have come to this conclusion. I looked at LSN and it seems to me that just about everyone with the required numbers is getting 14K/year or 42,000 total. I only saw a couple of 16K