ericng314 wrote:Just wondering if MSP recipients get any additional scholarships?
nikki fonorotto is the financial aid lady
she send out emails all year about scholarships. but they are for everybody to apply for. if your are minority then there are somethat are just for minority but if you have if you live in certain town then theres is also a scholarhsihp for people that live in certain towns. most of them maek you write a paper. so have one ready like your personal statememt
i dont think msp has its own scholarships from money the school has. and the cscool does not have a lot o fmoney
The MSP has few special scholarships but MSP students get preferential treatment for many of RU-N's scholarships.
1. ABLS Wanda Green Memorial Scholarship. This annual scholarship was established by the Association of Black Law Students (ABLS) to provide financial assistance to students enrolled at the law school. It will be awarded to full-time students with demonstrated financial need who have overcome extraordinary circumstances, including, but not limited to, the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and to Hurricane Katrina, which hit the Gulf Coast on August 29, 2005. If no such student applies, the scholarship will be awarded to a student participating in the Minority Student Program.
2. The McDonald Law Group Equality Scholarship. Established by the McDonald Law Group for a full-time law student based on academic merit and financial need with a preference given to a female student participating in the Minority Student Program.
3. Justice Morris Pashman Scholarship. The Pashman Scholarship supports students, preferably in the Minority Student Program, who demonstrate exceptional talent and financial need. The scholarship, established in 1999 by his family, friends, and colleagues, celebrates the memory of Justice Morris Pashman (’35), who served on the New Jersey Supreme Court for 10 years. It provides full tuition and fees for the recipient's law school career. Recipients are known as Pashman Scholars. They serve as reminders of the high standards of scholarship, dedication, and professionalism that Morris Pashman brought to his 28-year career in the judiciary. A selection committee of law school senior staff and Pashman relatives and former clerks advise the dean on the selection of Pashman Scholars.
4. Marie Slocum Scholarship. Established in honor of the late wife of Professor Alfred A. Slocum and awarded to a first-year student participating in the Minority Student Program. Based upon academic achievement, financial need, and involvement with public interest/community concerns.
5. Special Minority Students Scholarship Fund. Established in 1977 for students in the Minority Student Program who demonstrate financial need.
6. Judge Herbert H. Tate Sr. Scholarship. Established in 1989 by friends of Judge Tate to honor his achievements and memory as a distinguished graduate of the Class of 1935. He was the first African-American diplomat in Asia and the first African American to serve as assistant minority leader in the New Jersey Assembly. The award is provided to a student in the Minority Student Program based on outstanding achievement and financial need.
7. Union Scholarship Fund. Established by the Union Foundation in 1995 to support students from Union County, New Jersey, who are participating in the Minority Student Program. Recipients will be known as Union Scholars.
8. Whitman Family Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 2008 to provide support for students attending the School of Law–Newark. Awards will be given to full-time students based on academic potential and financial need. Preference will be given to students participating in the Minority Student Program.