The FIU Law Evening Scholarship Fund
The Evening Scholarship Fund allows FIU Law to award merit-based scholarships to evening students who work during law school and have at least 5 years of post-undergraduate work experience. The fund is supported by the generosity of 33 Evening-Program alumni and supporters, each of whom pledge $500 per year for 5 years.
Their support allows the College of Law to award at least two scholarships per year to evening students who meet the criteria below.
Donors to the Evening Scholarship Include:
|· Mariel Acosta Garcia’ 07||· Theresa Mains ’13|
|· Gloria Arazoza ’06||· Gunnar Mandrisch ’12*|
|· Karim Batista ’13||· Leslie V. Marenco ’09|
|· Lisa A. Cabrera ’10||· Gabriel Mazzitelli ’10|
|· Ilaria Cacopardo Valenzuela ’12||· Pamela Pedlow ’06*|
|· Susan Capote ’05||· Mayte Pena ’12|
|· I. Seth Denison ’10*||· Melisa Peña ’11|
|· Gregorie Dolce ’07||· Karamat Qayum ’11|
|· Pamela Fero ’14||· Mauricio Rivero ’06|
|· Robert Foley ’10*||· Robert Scavone Jr. ’12*|
|· Kenia Garcia ’12||· Noemi Serrano ’15|
|· Cristina Henry ’12||· Sanjeev Shah ’12*|
|· Saidin Hernandez ’05||· Robert Strongarone ’15|
|· Fritznie Jarbath ’11||· Roberto Suarez ’11*|
|· The Jurado Law Group||· Sarah Woodyard ’11|
|· Amanda Koziar and Amaniac
|· Andrew Zelman ’09|
|· Carlos Lago ’09|
Articles on Evening Scholarship Donors
- FIU Law Alumni Give Back Through Scholarship
- Daily Business Review: FIU Law Evening Program Draws Money for Scholarships.
- Evening Program Continues to grow.
- FIU Law alumnus Robert Strongarone ’15 is newest Evening Scholarship Fund donor!
- Alumnae Fritznie Jarbath ’11 and Melisa Peña ’11 become latest Evening Scholarship Fund donors.
- Evening Scholarship Fund hits $35,000 with gift from alumna Cristina Henry ’12.
- FIU Law’s Evening Scholarship Fund continues to grow.
- More alumni give to FIU Law’s Evening Scholarship Fund.
- Alumnus Dr. Robert H. Foley ’11 to lead Alliance for Aging, Inc.
- Alumnus Robert Scavone Jr. receives 2015 FIU Torch Award
- Candidates must submit an essay discussing why they have decided to pursue law school as an part-time/evening student and how they plan to manage going to law school while maintaining employment/raising a family. The essay shall be 500 words or less.
- Candidates receiving need-based grants are ineligible.
- Candidates shall be evaluated based on the following criteria: undergrad GPA and LSAT score, graduate degree and GPA (if applicable), work experience, leadership ability, military service, volunteerism, commitment to charitable works and public service.
- Candidates shall have at least five years of post-undergraduate work experience, including work in the home or raising a family.
- Candidates shall be enrolled in the part-time/evening program and employed at the time they enroll at the College of Law.
- To retain the scholarship, recipients must meet the GPA criteria established by the College of Law, and must remain employed while enrolled at FIU Law. Employment includes work in the home or raising a family. Involuntary unemployment will not result in loss of scholarship.
- Recipients pledge to endeavor to contribute to this scholarship, or other College of Law scholarships upon graduation.