Master of Jurisprudence in Aging, Law and Policy - Tuition and Scholarships
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Scholarships are available for outstanding students admitted to Stetson Law's M.J. in Aging, Law and Policy program. The funding will be split between 4 semesters and to continue to qualify, an applicant must maintain good academic standing through the duration of the program. Applicants receiving a discount through the corporate rate will not be consideration for additional scholarship.
To apply for a scholarship, an applicant should submit a one-page, double-spaced statement indicating the reasons for applying for a scholarship and complete a FASFA application. In the scholarship statement, please include financial, academic, and personal information relevant to the request. This should be separate from the personal statement submitted for the program application. The scholarship statement should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The scholarship statement may accompany the full application materials for admission or be submitted separately after receiving admission.
The committee will review scholarship requests starting March 1 upon a student's acceptance into the program and will continue until July 1 or until funds have been dispersed.
American Society on Aging (ASA) members receive a 25 percent discount on tuition for Stetson Law's Master of Jurisprudence in Aging, Law and Policy.