University of Texas School of Law

Class of 2016


Living Expenses
Living Expenses
Living Expenses
Students Receiving
Class of 2016 (FT) $33,162 $49,244 $16,412 $16,412 $7,388 75.65%
Class of 2016 (PT) $0 $0 $16,412 $16,412 $7,388 0.0%

Class of 2015


Full-Time Students
Median Award: $11,427

Part-Time Students
Median Award: $0

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Scholarships are available for first-year students on the basis of merit and financial need. The Law School offers thirty full tuition and fee scholarships including the prestigious Townes-Rice and Equal Justice scholarships. The Townes-Rice Scholarship is a full tuition and fee scholarship that offers a $5,000 stipend annually to eight outstanding law students who also demonstrate a commitment to public interest. The Equal Justice Scholarship is awarded to an entering student interested in a career in public interest. Scholarships and research assistantships are available for second- and third-year students. UT Law administers several short- and long-term loan funds for students with financial need, and the University offers substantial federally funded loan programs.

University of Texas School of Law Scholarships

UT Law places a high value on working for the good of society and the Loan Repayment Assistance Program was created to make it more affordable for graduates to choose and accept public service employment. This program provides stipends to defray monthly loan repayment obligations for all new graduates working for a salary of $50,000 or less at nonprofit organizations, government and legislative offices, and the military. Please visit UTexas Law Financial Aid for more information.

Law Preview (the nation's largest law school prep course) has partnered with UT Law and some of the country's most prominent law firms and companies to provide Scholarships to select members of UT Laws entering class. These firms has generously agreed to help entering students prepare for the 1L year at UT Law by paying the cost of tuition for law school prep course. To see if you meet the scholarship criteria: please visit the UT Law Scholarships Page for more information.

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