Seton Hall has a proud history of providing a quality legal education at a competitive cost. With this campaign, we will build an endowment to sustain scholarships for the future.
Right now, Seton Hall Law has only a small scholarship endowment. To meet the needs of the community, and to reach the students we strive to serve, we must have a flexible mix of scholarship funding, including:
- Significant need-based scholarships to make legal education affordable for dedicated students from all backgrounds, and
- Sufficient merit-based scholarships to give us a competitive edge with extraordinary students over peer institutions
Your $50,000 contribution can create an endowed scholarship, providing funding to worthy candidates in perpetuity. Increased scholarship support is essential as we continue to recruit top-quality, well-rounded students who will serve the community and the profession. Your gift will help us to attract these talented applicants.
"Attracting the best students and ensuring access to a Seton Hall Law quality education rank among the Law School's highest priorities. When I ask outstanding students why they came to Seton Hall Law School, the list of answers is endless: a world-class faculty, strong alumni network, and a modern, attractive facility located minutes from the heart of Manhattan. When I heard about outstanding students who did not come to Seton Hall Law because they received scholarships from other schools, I wanted to do something to change that trend. These students are tremendously talented and go on to represent and support the Law School for the rest of their lives. Scholarships are the most powerful tool to recruit these high-achieving students to the Law School. I encourage you to join me and many other alumni and friends of Seton Hall Law in supporting student scholarships, the number one remaining priority of the Seton Hall Law Rising Campaign.”
- Robert G. Rose '74, Partner
Day Pitney, LLP
(Pictured above: Bob '74 and Ellen Rose with Amy McKinsey '09, recipient of the Marcia Richman Memorial Scholarship.)
To create an endowed, or non-endowed, scholarship or to support existing scholarships, please contact Associate Director of Leadership Giving, Stephanie Silvestri at (973) 642-8758.