2014 Honors Scholarships for Transfer Students
Transfer students are eligible for scholarships similar to new entering students by either qualifying based upon their undergraduate grade point average and LSAT score (Cooley Admissions Index) OR based upon their LSAT score.
Transfer students can also qualify for an Honors Scholarship based upon their class rank at the school from which their transfer occurs. The scholarship amount will be determined by class rank as described in the ranking chart.
These scholarships are retained at the level of the original award and are not increased or decreased in amount, so long as the student is not subject to sanction under the Honor Code or Disciplinary Procedures.
Restart students are eligible for class ranking scholarships only.
(Applies to January 2014 grades and after, regardless of state residency.)
|Top 5 percent||50%|
|Top 6-10 percent||40%|
|Top 11-15 percent||30%|
|Top 16-20 percent||20%|
|Top 21-25 percent||10%|
*A student qualifying for both entering and class ranking honors scholarships will be awarded the higher of the two and will retain their highest scholarship amount for the duration of the student's enrollment so long as the student is not subject to sanction under the Honor Code or Disciplinary Procedures.
Each term, after examinations are completed and grades are determined, a class rank list is generated by the Registrar's Office of all students completing that term in academic good standing and who were not subject to sanction under the Honor Code or Disciplinary Procedures. Scholarship awards for enrolled students will be applied in the term following the calculation of class rank determining eligibility (normally two terms from the term of achievement).
The initial Honors Scholarship is continued for the duration of the student's enrollment at the law school only if the student is not subject to sanction under the Honor Code or Disciplinary Procedures, and Cooley Law School continues the Honors Scholarship Program.