Mitchell Hamline’s robust scholarship program is designed for students from all walks of life. All first-year students’ admission applications are reviewed for merit scholarship eligibility. No additional application is needed to be considered for a merit-based scholarship, and you will be notified through your acceptance letter for admission if you qualify.
If you receive a merit-based scholarship and do not wish to apply for federal loans, or work-study, an additional Free Application for Federal Student Aid application is not required.
North Star Scholarships
North Star Scholarships provide annual assistance to students who enroll in the law school’s hybrid program. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must intend to practice law in an area of the country currently underserved by local lawyers, including a rural area, a reservation, or a small town or city.
Native Justice Scholarships
Native Justice Scholarships guarantee that eligible students will pay no more than $10,000 in tuition each year. Native Justice Scholarship recipients will also be considered for additional scholarships offered by the College that may further reduce the cost of earning a Mitchell Hamline law degree.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must enroll in the hybrid program, pursue the Indian Law track, and provide sufficient documentation to establish that he or she is either an enrolled member of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native entity or recognized by his or her American Indian or Alaska Native community of residence or origin as being American Indian; or demonstrate in his or her application a strong interest in practicing Indian Law.
Throughout the year, newly available “Named Scholarships” for continuing students will be announced in the Financial Aid section of the Mitchell Hamline Student News. Carefully read the application criteria. Each Mitchell Hamline sponsored scholarship application requires a two page personal statement, a resume, and the Scholarship Application Form. Submit completed applications to the Financial Aid Office.