Identifying and securing scholarships for graduate-level students can be a difficult process. Therefore, in an ongoing effort to provide alternative sources of funding to alleviate costs, Arizona Summit Law School is committed to reach out to our students with any scholarships that are known to our department.
 
Merit Scholarships
Each semester, our Admissions Office awards a limited number of new students merit scholarships based on a holistic review of their academic and personal accomplishments. Scholarship retention is based on maintaining a 2.8 cumulative GPA with the required number of credit hours for your program. After completion of two semesters, all students will be evaluated to ensure their eligibility. Students are then reviewed every semester thereafter.
 
Governor Raul Castro Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Once you’ve completed two semesters at Arizona Summit Law School with a minimum 2.8 cumulative GPA, you will be awarded the Governor Raul Castro Scholarship for Academic Excellence, which will vary depending on the GPA you attain and will be reviewed and awarded each term. If your Merit Scholarship is greater than the Castro Scholarship, you will retain the Merit Scholarship.  If the Castro Scholarship is greater than your Merit Scholarship, you will be awarded the Castro Scholarship. For more information about this scholarship, please contact the Financial Aid Office at financialaid@AZSummitLaw.edu.

Presidential Scholarship
The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to the top two ranked students in both the 2L and 3L class. This scholarship is evaluated every semester and is based on ranking, which is only once grades are finalized. Arizona Summit Law School will cover all tuition and general fees.
 
Daniel I. Abromovitz Memorial Scholarship
The Danny A. Foundation, in association with Arizona Summit Law School, is proud to award the Daniel I. Abromovitz Memorial Scholarship for students that have interest in pursuing a career in Criminal Law. The scholarship is awarded once per year. To be eligible, you must be a student at Summit in good academic standing with a minimum G.P.A. of 2.75 and 30 credit hours earned. The application process consists of filling out the application, providing a resume, and submitting a 500 word essay on why you are interested in criminal law. To view the application deadline and apply, visit the website at www.dannyafoundation.org and click on the scholarship page. Please address any questions to Josh Abromovitz at jabromovitz17@law.du.edu.

Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship
The Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship offers full scholarships to students with an LSAT score of 156 or above, and a qualifying UGPA. Arizona Summit Law School will cover all tuition and general fees for the Juris Doctorate degree up to three (3) years for full-time study and four (4) years for part-time study, up to the required credits for graduation.
 
Relocation Scholarship
This scholarship is available to any new first time JD student that lives outside the state of Arizona.  The Relocation Scholarship has a value of $2,000. 

Campus Visit Scholarship
This scholarship is available to any new first time JD student who completes a scheduled visit with an admissions counselor.  The Campus Visit Scholarship has a value of $1,000.


External Scholarships


 
For more information about scholarships, please contact our Admissions Office at 602.682.6800 or our Financial Aid Office by email at financialaid@azsummitlaw.edu.
For assistance with scholarship essays and writing components please contact Academic Success or the Center for Professional Development.