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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Thomas Jefferson Offers Guaranteed 3-Year 'Merit' Scholarships: 2.0 GPA/140 LSAT = $3k; 2.5 GPA/158 LSAT = $132k

TJ LogoThomas Jefferson Law School has announced the following guaranteed merit scholarships to entering and transfer students (the school charges $44,000 tuition):

Entering Student Merit Scholarships
Beginning with the class that enters August 2014, TJSL has adopted an exciting new scholarship policy. Thomas Jefferson offers guaranteed merit scholarships to first time entering students based on the students highest LSAT score and undergraduate grade point average (UGPA). An entering student is guaranteed to retain his or her scholarship as long as he or she remains enrolled and in good standing. Full-time students receive scholarships for six semesters. ... There is no need to submit a separate scholarship application.

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To learn more, go to the Entering Student Merit Scholarships FAQs.

Transfer Student Merit Scholarships
Under its new scholarship program Thomas Jefferson offers guaranteed merit scholarships to transferring students based on the student’s first year law school grade point average. A transferring student is guaranteed to retain his or her scholarship as long as he or she remains enrolled and in good standing. There is no need to submit a separate scholarship application.

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To learn more, go to the Transfer Student Merit Scholarship FAQs.

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