Sorry I have been annoyingly dominating this thread- I promise I will calm down.
I just wanted to say that after scouring LSN for any kind of hint as to when/whether scholarship info comes out, I found this profile from last year: http://lawschoolnumbers.com/honza9
Note that he's from Colorado, so the in-state tuition for the first year is pretty significant.
3/02 - Accepted via frighteningly small envelope to UConn. This makes me smile, I'd be very happy to attend UConn.
3/20 - Received small letter notifying me I was eligible to receive in-state tuition for my first year at UConn, a difference of over 20k. This is spectacular news! UConn making a play!
4/6 - Received a "revised" financial aid package from UConn, which includes in-state tuition during first year ($21,720) and an additional renewable $10k. Wow, that is a lot of money.
So if this single piece of random internet evidence is at all indicative of reality, scholarship info might start to come out in the next couple of months... I'm just happy to see that it (apparently) doesn't come with the acceptance letter.EDIT:
Oops! This LSN profile appears to completely negate everything I just said: http://lawschoolnumbers.com/nyrunnerct
11/21/08- UConn acceptance in small white envelope. 10k for first year! Helps to defray cost before instate tuition kicks in.
Hmmm, but then this one restores my original point: http://lawschoolnumbers.com/fpardo
1-26 Accepted at UConn via small letter. $20,000 Olliver Ellsworth scholarship on 2/17 via USPS envelope.
I guess the only sure thing I've discovered today is that I have no idea when or if UConn will offer merit aid.