FSU Juris Master Program Scholarship Applications
The following scholarships are available for FSU College of Law Juris Master Students:
Out-of-State Student Scholarship
Overview of Purpose: The Juris Master Program Out-of-State Student Scholarship Application is used by non-Florida residents to request scholarship funds for tuition purposes. The online tuition for non-Florida residents is currently set at $1,350.12 per credit (including the distance learning fee). The scholarship covers a maximum of $266.79 per credit hour and is available for highly qualified out-of-state students.
The Out-of-State Student Scholarship is a recurring scholarship. As long as the student remains enrolled in the program and is successfully completing all courses, this scholarship will be applied at the beginning of each term.
Note: International students may be subject to additional taxes and fees for scholarships received.
More tax information can be found here.
- Applicants must complete all required documents listed in this application process.
- Applicants must have completed the residency affidavit and be classified as non-Florida residents.
- Applicants must be in good academic standing.
- Applicants must demonstrate high academic or professional qualifications.
II. Application Process
- Complete the Out-of-State Scholarship form.
State of Florida Tuition Scholarship
Overview of Purpose: Courses offered through the College of Law are not eligible for the tuition waiver program provided by the State of Florida. The State of Florida Tuition Scholarship is provided in lieu of the state tuition waiver. This scholarship is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship that covers a maximum of six (6) credit hours of tuition to full-time, salaried employees of Florida State University, the State of Florida, or a Florida public institution of higher education.
- Full-time, salaried employee of Florida State University, the State of Florida, or a Florida public institution of higher education.
- Full-time, salaried employees who would otherwise qualify for the State of Florida Tuition Waiver Program.
- A list of eligible state agencies can be found here.
- Proof of current employment with Florida State University, the State of Florida, or a Florida public institution of higher education is required for admitted students to receive the 6-credit scholarship. The scholarship will be applied to the first year of the program only.
II. Application Process
- Complete the State of Florida Tuition Scholarship form.
- Attach State of Florida Employee Verification Form. In order to submit a State of Florida Employee Scholarship, you must include a signed State of Florida Employee Verification Form.
To access the scholarship application, click 'Programs' in the top right corner. Applicants will receive their award decisions via email.