Scholarship Terms and Conditions

Your University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law scholarship is automatically renewable:

  • As long as you maintain good academic standing
    • Annual cumulative grade point average of 2.2 at the end of the first year
    • Annual cumulative grade point average of 2.25 at the end of the second year
  • As long as you maintain good behavioral standing
    • Not serving an imposed sanction
  • As long as you are enrolled as a full-time student
    • Nine (9) or more credit hours in a Fall or Spring term
    • Three (3) or more credit hours in a Summer term
  • For up to six (6) semesters, as long as you are billed School of Law tuition for each semester
    • If you are billed School of Law tuition for less than six (6) semesters, the remainder of the scholarship is forfeited

You will not receive your University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law scholarship:

  • If you are a dual degree student: the term(s) you are billed tuition for another school
  • If you participate in a non-exchange study-abroad program: the term(s) you are billed tuition from your host school
  • If you are a Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) recipient

Your University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law scholarship may be adjusted:

  • If you receive tuition benefits through another program (e.g. another department, military, etc.)
  • If you are classified as a non-resident for tuition when submitting your Admissions application and are later re-classified as a resident for tuition
  • If you withdraw from school

All or a portion of your UNC School of Law scholarship may be awarded to you as a named scholarship from a scholarship donor. Some of these named scholarships may also consider other criteria (e.g. financial need, residency, undergraduate institution, etc.). If you receive a named scholarship, you will be contacted by the Office of Advancement during the fall semester regarding your requirements for the donor stewardship packets. You consent to release personal information (e.g. name, class year, hometown, undergraduate institution, educational accomplishments, work experience, student organization involvement, future career plans, etc.) to your scholarship donor(s).