Wayne Law Admissions Awards
The Wayne Law Admissions Scholarships for new students are based on incoming credentials and do not require submission of a separate application. The Law School Admissions Office will notify scholarship recipients of awards in writing.
An annual Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a requirement for all monetary awards at Wayne Law.
THE DEAN'S SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Dean’s Scholars Program awards 50 percent, 75 percent or 100 percent tuition scholarships to top students of each incoming class. These awards are renewable yearly if the student maintains a GPA above an established minimum.
THE DAMON J. KEITH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Graduates of a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) or a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) may be eligible to receive up to $25,000 for their first year of study at Wayne Law. To learn more about the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights, please visit: http://keithcenter.wayne.edu.
MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NEW STUDENTS
Merit Scholarships are one-year awards of at least $10,000 to incoming students based on outstanding entering credentials.
Questions regarding the Dean’s Scholars Program, Merit Scholarships and the Damon J. Keith Scholarship Program should be directed to:
Assistant Dean of Admissions
Merit Scholarships for Continuing Students
At Wayne Law, even if you don’t receive a merit scholarship in your first year, you can earn a 100 percent tuition scholarship for the following year based solely on your first year performance.