Law School Scholarships
The Law School offers more than 50 merit and need-based scholarships. Everyone who applies to the Law School is considered for merit-based scholarships. Scholarships awarded by the Law School to admitted applicants are awarded for three consecutive years of study at the Law School. To retain scholarship eligibility, students are required to maintain good academic standing . If you want to be considered for a need-based scholarship, you must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (William & Mary's title IV code is 003705).
All scholarships are awarded based on residency of the student at the time of admission. Therefore, if a student is granted in-state tuition during their time at William & Mary Law School, the scholarship will be prorated to the appropriate percentage of in-state tuition.
Note: William & Mary Law School scholarships cannot exceed the total cost of tuition and fees. If you receive military funding or external scholarships that, combined with your scholarship award, total an excess of the yearly total cost of attendance as published in admission publications, your scholarship will be reduced accordingly.