For more specific information about these graduate and professional school scholarships, please contact the appropriate office associated with each listing.
The Longhorn Law Opportunity Scholarship covers $5000 of tuition and fees each of the three years of law school. This award is an extension of the Longhorn Opportunity Scholarship program, and is designed to augment students’ financial aid packages and to reduce the need for loans while enrolled at the law school. Recipients must have graduated from a Longhorn Opportunity Scholarship high school and be accepted to the UT law school to qualify. There is no restriction on the number of newly admitted law students who can receive this scholarship and there is no special process for applicants. Admitted applicants who meet the required criteria will be notified by letter after acceptance to the law school. For more information, please contact the UT Law School Financial Aid office at 232-1130.
Approximately 35 scholarships will be awarded to college seniors or recent graduates to attend graduate programs in fall 2004. The scholarship awards will provide funding for tuition, room and board, books, and other required fees for the length of the graduate degree program, up to six years. The amount and duration of awards will vary by student, based on the cost of attendance and length of the program as well as other scholarships or grants received.
Amount: Maximum $50,000 per year
Contact: Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, 1-800-498-6478