Texas Appleseed/Kaplan LSAT Scholarship

Texas Appleseed is now accepting applications for our scholarship through our Diversity Legal Scholars program. The application
deadline is June 26, 2015. Please forward the application details to any eligible students. 

 The Diversity Legal Scholars program provides Kaplan LSAT prep course scholarships and mentors to Texas college seniors, graduate students, and recent college graduates who are interested in attending law school.  

Application Details

Applications can be found here.


Applications must be postmarked by June 26,2015, and applicants will be required to take the October 2015 LSAT. 
Students must also apply to one Texas law school for Fall 2016 admission. 

Help us spread the word about the Diversity Legal Scholars program by forwarding this information to deserving applicants on campus or in your organization. For more information about the program, please visit: www.texasappleseed.net.
 
Questions? Please email Olga Sauseda at osauseda@texasappleseed.net.

Please note the following non-Foundation educational opportunities which may be of interest

Funding the Education of the Next Generation of African American Leaders in Dallas
Supporting Pro Bono Legal Service Organizations Working in Our Community


J.  L.   Turner   Legal   Association
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Fort Worth Independent School District

Scholarship Program

The United Negro College Fund and employees of the Fort Worth Independent School District are pleased
to announce a scholarship program that is open to spring 2015 Fort Worth ISD graduating seniors who will
attend a UNCF member college/university or another historically black college or university (HBCU).
Requirements:
• Student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
• Student must be a 2014–2015 graduating senior from a Fort Worth ISD high school.
• Student must be enrolled full-time at a UNCF member institution or other historically black college or
     university.


Scholarships

Scholarships up to $5,000 will be awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and academic
potential. Students must submit an essay as part of their application. The scholarship award will be sent
to the Financial Aid/Scholarship office at the student’s UNCF/other campus upon proof of enrollment.
To apply:
• Go to www.uncf.org.
• Select the For Students tab.
• Select Scholarships from the drop-down menu.
• Select Fort Worth Independent School District Program from the list.
Deadline for application is April 17.
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Dallas Independent School District

Scholarship Program
The United Negro College Fund and employees of the Dallas Independent School District are pleased
to announce a scholarship program that is open to spring 2015 Dallas ISD graduating seniors who will
attend a UNCF member college/university or any other U.S. accredited four-year college or university.
Requirements:
• Student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
• Student must be a 2014–2015 graduating senior from a Dallas ISD high school.
• Student must be enrolled full-time at a UNCF member institution or other accredited four-year college
or university.

Scholarships
Scholarships up to $2,500 will be awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and academic
potential. Students must submit an essay as part of their application. The scholarship award will be sent
to the Financial Aid/Scholarship office at the student’s UNCF/other campus upon proof of enrollment.

To apply:
• Go to www.uncf.org.
• Select the For Students tab.
• Select Scholarships from the drop-down menu.
• Select Dallas Independent School District Program from the list.
Deadline for application is April 17.