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Scholarships for Continuing Students

The following scholarships are awarded each academic year to current students solely on the basis of exceptional academic achievement.

 

SECOND- AND THIRD-YEAR DAY DIVISION
Dean's Scholarship for Excellence
Full-tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first or second year as full-time Day Division students.
Law Faculty Scholarship for Excellence
Full-tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the second-highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first or second year as full-time Day Division students.
Law School Scholarship for Excellence

Full-tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the third-highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first or second year as full-time Day Division students.

 

SECOND-, THIRD- AND FOURTH-YEAR EVENING DIVISION
Dean's Scholarship for Excellence
Seventy-five percent tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first, second or third consecutive year as Evening Division students.
Law Faculty Scholarship for Excellence
Seventy-five percent tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the second-highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first, second or third consecutive year as Evening Division students.
Law School Scholarship for Excellence
Seventy-five percent tuition scholarships funded by the School of Law are awarded to the students who achieve the third-highest cumulative GPA at the conclusion of their first, second or third consecutive year as Evening Division students.
 

In addition, each year the School of Law distributes a number of endowed scholarships from a wide array of academic scholarships and endowed scholarship funds. Read more about endowed scholarships.


Duquesne University School of Law does not award conditional scholarships as defined in ABA Standard 509, Interpretation 509-4.