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  • How to Apply for Financial Aid | Pace Law School
    sponsored scholarships Additional application requirements associated with individual scholarships are indicated in their descriptions on the Scholarships page Applicants with financial need will automatically be considered for Pace s need based grants when they fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA See below for details From the federal government All US citizens and permanent residents applying for need based aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA by February 15th of the year in which you intend to enroll The FAFSA form can be found online at www fafsa ed gov Males under the age of 26 are required to register with Selective Service System in order to be eligible for aid You may sign up or check your registration at www sss gov FAFSA results will determine your eligibility for Stafford and Perkins loans as well as the Federal Work Study Program You may be asked to submit additional information usually your most recent income tax transcript or a verification form provided by Pace s Financial Aid Office Additional resources Graduate PLUS Loan Graduate and Professional students are eligible to borrow under the Direct PLUS Loan Program up to their Cost of Attendance COA minus other estimated financial aid The 2014 15 FAFSA must be filed prior to applying for this loan These loans are not guaranteed and are subject to credit approval Students must exhaust their federal Stafford loan eligibility before applying for a Direct PLUS The fixed interest rate on the Direct PLUS loan is 7 21 with a 4 292 origination fee Payment on the Direct PLUS can be deferred until 6 months after the student graduates or falls below half time enrollment 6 credits Private Education Loans Private Education Loans are credit based loans borrowed by the student It

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  • Forms | Pace Law School
    Bursar Academic Services Academic Success Information Technology Services Law ITS ID Office Parking Office of Safety and Security Dining Services Campus Store Events Calendar Athletics and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home Students

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  • Resources | Pace Law School
    only towards tuition and may be granted only to students enrolled in six hours or more during the fall or spring semester Awards are made on a first come first served basis It is renewable each year for on time applicants who show no substantial increase in their financial strength Pace Law School Commitment to Diversity Grant Funded by Pace Law School this grant program typically awards students a range from 5 000 to 15 000 per year based on a student s potential to contribute meaningfully to the diversity of the law school community and the legal profession In assessing applications for receipt of this award the Admissions Committee takes into account all factors that a candidate will contribute to diversity including but not limited to a history of overcoming socioeconomic hardship family background with little or no formal higher education membership in a group that has historically been underrepresented in the legal community including but not limited to groups based on race nationality ethnicity gender sexual orientation religion disability veteran status or age geographic diversity or service employment in furtherance of the goal of diversity Please note that this grant is renewable each academic year that a student remains in good standing at the School of Law Veterans Benefits G I Bill Veterans who have served active duty in the armed forces for more than 180 days are eligible to receive monthly payments through the Veterans Administration Amount of payment varies depending upon enrollment status The Office of Veteran Affairs is located in the Registrar s Office on campus Loans Typically student loans can be borrowed at a low interest rate to help students pay for school but must eventually be paid back Several loans are available to qualifying students including federal student loans and loans from private sources For more information on applying for both federal and private loans visit how to apply Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Students may borrow unsubsidized loans while they complete their program of study Unsubsidized loans have a fixed interest rate of 5 84 with a 1 068 origination fee Interest accumulates on unsubsidized loans while the student is attending college Students should pay this interest while they are in school Students may get unsubsidized loans regardless of financial need Stafford Loans must be repaid over time Repayment begins when the student stops attending school at least half time Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are processed through the Office of Financial Aid The money is borrowed directly from and repaid to the U S Department of Education Stafford loans offer a variety of repayment options the most common is to repay within 10 years Graduate PLUS Loan Graduate and Professional students are eligible to borrow under the Direct PLUS Loan Program up to their Cost of Attendance COA minus other estimated financial aid The 2015 2016 FAFSA must be filed prior to applying for this loan These loans are not guaranteed and are subject to credit approval Students must exhaust their federal

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  • Scholarships and Awards | Pace Law School
    of 5 000 to full tuition based on their LSAT score and undergraduate performance There is no separate application to be considered for a merit scholarship recipients are nominated based on completed applications received by March 1st for fall enrollment Scholarships are renewable based on continued academic proficiency Year Matriculated Students Entering with Conditional Scholarships Whose Scholarships Have Been Reduced 2010 124 45 36 3 2011 123 46 37 4 2012 105 32 30 2013 95 25 26 2014 99 29 29 3 NEED BASED AND SPECIAL AWARDS Pace Law School Trustee Tuition Grant Funded by Pace Law School this need based grant program typically awards students 5 000 per year on a first come first served basis The award may apply only towards tuition and may be granted only to students enrolled in six hours or more during the fall or spring semester Awards are made on a first come first served basis It is renewable each year for on time applicants who show no substantial increase in their financial strength Pace Law School Commitment to Diversity Grant Funded by Pace Law School this grant program typically awards students a range from 5 000 to 15 000 per year based on a student s potential to contribute meaningfully to the diversity of the law school community and the legal profession In assessing applications for receipt of this award the Admissions Committee takes into account all factors that a candidate will contribute to diversity including but not limited to a history of overcoming socioeconomic hardship family background with little or no formal higher education membership in a group that has historically been underrepresented in the legal community including but not limited to groups based on race nationality ethnicity gender sexual orientation religion disability veteran status or age geographic diversity or

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  • First Year Awards | Pace Law School
    the member institutions of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges Universities and has demonstrated an interest in environmental issues affecting the Hudson Mohawk River watershed region Scholarship benefits consist of a merit scholarship ranging from 3 000 to 10 000 towards law school tuition depending upon the student s qualifications and Pace s financial resources Award is renewable each year based on continued academic excellence Interested students should attach a half to one page statement to the Law School application of how he or she has been involved in Hudson Mohawk watershed environmental issues during their undergraduate work or why they have a particular interest in the environmental issues affecting the region Click here to view the flyer Visit www environmentalconsortium org for more information Pace Law School Trustee Tuition Grant Funded by Pace Law School this need based grant program typically awards students 5 000 per year on a first come first served basis The award may apply only towards tuition and may be granted only to students enrolled in six hours or more during the fall or spring semester Awards are made on a first come first served basis It is renewable each year for on time applicants who show no substantial increase in their financial strength Pace Law School Commitment to Diversity Grant Funded by Pace Law School this grant program typically awards students a range from 5 000 to 15 000 per year based on a student s potential to contribute meaningfully to the diversity of the law school community and the legal profession In assessing applications for receipt of this award the Admissions Committee takes into account all factors that a candidate will contribute to diversity including but not limited to a history of overcoming socioeconomic hardship family background with little or no formal higher education

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  • Outside Scholarships for Law Students | Pace Law School
    Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Scholarships Awards You are here Home Students Financial Aid Services Scholarships and Awards Outside Scholarships for Law Students This listing of scholarships have been sent to various administrative offices at Pace Law School through regular mail or email It represents a small sampling of scholarships that can be found through research local bar associations and other legal resources Columbian Lawyers Association www columbianlawyers com acout scholarships New York Bar Foundation Real Property Law Section Melvin Mitzner Scholarship Application Moses and Rooth Criminal Defense Application Timothy J Ryan Associates http tjryanlaw com scholarship Baumgartner Law Firm https baumgartnerlawyers com practice area car accident lawyer scholarship application The John Foy Associates Strong Arm Leukemia Scholarship https www johnfoy com strong arm leukemia scholarship Goodman Acker PC https www goodmanacker com our firm community involvement scholarship 2015 Law Office of Randy Collins http mycaliforniadefenseattorney com scholarship Law Office of Sean Smallwood http www affordablefamilylawyer com scholarship Long and Burnett PLLC http www tennessee bankruptcy com nashville tn bankruptcy scholarship Howell Christmas LLC Visionary

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  • Upper Division Scholarships | Pace Law School
    based on first year scholastic performance and financial need It is maintained for the last two years of study The Judge Richard J Daronco Memorial Scholarship Fund This scholarship was established by the late judge s family and the Westchester legal and business community It provides a partial scholarship based on need and performance to a student enrolled in the John Jay Legal Services Criminal Prosecution Clinic The Josephine and Anthony DiFiore Memorial Scholarship This 4 000 scholarship was established by Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiori and her husband Dennis Glazer in memory of the D A s parents It is awarded to an upper classman who demonstrates academic excellence financial need and preference is given to someone of Italian American heritage The Eugene and Emily Grant Environmental Litigation Clinic Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the Environmental Litigation Clinic during the summer It is based upon academic merit demonstrated commitment to environmental law and financial need The Julian H Hyman Memorial Scholarship This scholarship provides at least one annual award to an outstanding second year day student or third year evening student who is committed to further study in trusts and estates plans to practice in Westchester County and exhibits financial need The Dean Janet A Johnson Scholarship This 1 000 scholarship is awarded to a continuing female student who has one or more minor children at home and has demonstrated academic excellence The Robert C and Janet Lee Marville Scholarship for Outstanding Moral and Civic Commitment This 1 000 scholarship is awarded to one student each year based on a high moral and civic commitment academic promise and a clear financial need The Lois Murphy Memorial Scholarship This 1 000 scholarship is awarded for scholastic achievement and dedication to the Pace Environmental Law Review

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  • Work Study | Pace Law School
    Office of Student Services Office of the Registrar Bursar Academic Services Academic Success Information Technology Services Law ITS ID Office Parking Office of Safety and Security Dining Services Campus Store Events Calendar Athletics and Recreation Shuttle Bus Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Financial Aid You are here Home Students Financial Aid Services Work Study The Federal Work Study Program gives students with financial need the opportunity to earn money toward their tuition without adding to their debt It also provides a chance for students to gain valuable work experience on or off campus Eligibility for federal work study is determined by FAFSA on a first come first served basis You may obtain a list of eligible law school University on campus work study opportunities from the Human Resources department Off campus work study opportunities are available through the Public Interest Law Center and individual department heads at Pace Law School Funding for work study comes from a combination of federal and employer contributions Students are typically paid 10 an hour and

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