Stetson University

Previous Class Gifts

• May/July Class of 2011
A Class Gift Brick will be established to commemorate each student's time at Stetson by purchasing a brick from the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. All of the bricks created will be placed together with one large, marker brick with the class year inscribed. All funds raised in excess of the brick amount will go to the Student Scholarship Fund. 100 percent of the amount raised will go directly to students.

• May/July/December Class of 2010
Devin Kirvin, A.J. Sadighi and David Warren Personal Tragedy/Catastrophe Relief Scholarship will be established for a student who has experienced a major personal tragedy or catastrophe that could affect his or her ability to continue law school, such as a health emergency, tragic accident or major financial crisis. Preference is given to students who have experienced a major personal tragedy or catastrophe first-hand. Second preference is given to students whose dependents have experienced major personal tragedies or catastrophes. Recipients should have financial need. Recipients will be required to go through an application process. The Honors, Awards, and Financial Aid Committee will select the recipient from a pool of student applicants.

• December Class of 2007, May/July Class of 2008/December Class of 2008 and May/July Class of 2009
Raman Subramanian Personal Tragedy/Catastrophe Relief Scholarship will be established for a student who has experienced a major personal tragedy or catastrophe that could affect his or her ability to continue law school, such as a health emergency, tragic accident or major financial crisis. Preference is given to students who have experienced a major personal tragedy or catastrophe first-hand. Second preference is given to students whose dependents have experienced major personal tragedies or catastrophes. Recipients should have financial need. Recipients will be required to go through an application process. The Honors, Awards, and Financial Aid Committee will select the recipient from a pool of student applicants.

• May/July Class of 2007
Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) Scholarship will be established for a graduating 3L committed to a career in public service. The recipient will be selected by the Honors, Awards and Financial Aid Committee and students will be asked to go through an application process to be eligible for the scholarship. A successful applicant will demonstrate a commitment to public service through prior experience in activities such as: clinics, internships, outside employment, pro-bono service, or other similar activities.

• December Class of 2006
Bar Study Support Scholarship Endowment will be established for a future graduating student to help defray the costs of bar review courses and bar study expenses. The recipient will primarily e chosen on a needs basis but shall also have demonstrated student leadership and have a good academic record while at law school. Preference shall be given to those students who are also carrying a large debt load, have not received a full scholarship wile at law school and have financial responsibilities outside of law school.

• May/July Class of 2006
Academic Enrichment Scholarship Endowment Fund will be established for the student who makes the most improvement in their grades from their first semester to their second. Students who find themselves at the bottom half of the class at the end of their first semester would be eligible for this scholarship. Then, the student making the most improvement from their first semester to their second semester would be eligible to apply for this scholarship. Preference shall be given to those students who are also carrying a large debt load.

• December Class of 2005
Scholarship Endowment Fund will be established for a future December graduating student to help defray the costs of loans incurred while in law school. This scholarship will be awarded by the Financial Aid Committee and students will be asked to go through an application process to be eligible for the scholarship. Student's aggregate debt load will be taken into consideration during the selection process, and preference shall be given to a student(s) with the highest percentage of debt as they leave law school.

• May/July Class of 2005
Scholarship Endowment Fund will be established for a deserving student who suffered some sort of unexpected financial hardship such as a loss of a family member, significant medical emergency, weather disaster, etc. The stipend would offset some of the loss for the student who, for financial reasons, might otherwise have to suspend or end their legal education. This scholarship will be available each year to a student (or students) that has completed at least 15 credit hours at the College of Law and is in good academic and disciplinary standing. Under extreme circumstances, the Financial Aid Committee can award a scholarship stipend to a student who has completed one semester at the College of Law if they deem it appropriate and necessary. This scholarship will be awarded by the Financial Aid Committee and students will be asked to go through an application process to be eligible for the scholarship.

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