Judge Salvatore E. Aloisi Scholarship
Established by family members in memory of Judge Salvatore E. Aloisi. This scholarship will aid worthy and needy Law School students.
Allen Ash Scholarship
Established in memory of the late Judge John E. Fenton, Sr. Recipients of these awards must be students from the Lawrence area of Massachusetts who demonstrate financial need.
Judge Salvatore J. and Jennie B. Basile Scholarship
Established in 2005 by Mr. and Mrs. Basile to support Suffolk University Law School as part of the Centennial Scholarship Program. Awards will be made to one or more deserving students enrolled at Suffolk who have demonstrated financial need. Selection is to be made by the director of financial aid at the law school.
H.A. "Bud" and Margaret E. "Peg" Beaudoin Scholarship
Established to provide scholarship awards to needy and academically qualified Evening Division law students.
Established by Robert J. Bevilacqua and the late Joseph Bevilacqua to provide scholarships to Rhode Island residents on the basis of need.
Charles Borstel Memorial Scholarship
Funds are raised by the class of 1991, friends and family to provide scholarship assistance for deserving law students.
Leo L. and Alice P. Bottari Scholarship
Established by the estate of Alice P. Bottari. Leo L. Bottari was a 1942 graduate of Suffolk University Law School. This fund provides financial assistance to students from the Greater Boston area who are of either Sicilian or Irish descent.
John and Patricia Brennan Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded alternatively to students at Suffolk University Law School or students studying at the University. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need who have been residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for a period of at least three consecutive years prior to the award.
UST/Nicholas A. Buoniconti Scholarship
Established by Nicholas Buoniconti, JD '68, LLD '93/UST Corporation, to provide financial aid to an entering student with preference given to graduates of Cathedral High School of Springfield, MA, residents of Springfield, MA, or residents of western Massachusetts.
Nelson and Mary Burke Scholarship
Established in 1973 by Nelson and Mary Burke, this award is given to a graduate or undergraduate student from the state of Rhode Island with proven financial need.
Garrett H. Byrne Scholarship
Established by friends and colleagues of Garrett Byrne, JD '24, DJ '55, LLD '79. Recipients of awards from the income of the Byrne Scholarship fund are selected on the basis of distinguished academic performance and expressed desire to perform public service.
Honorable Lawrence L. and Barbara G. Cameron Scholarship
Established as a lasting tribute to Judge Cameron, JD '51, DJ '67, in honor of his career in public service and his commitment to Suffolk University. The scholarship will assist qualified students whose economic circumstances might otherwise preclude their attendance at the Law School. A separate application during the academic year is required for this scholarship.
Michael Cappiello Scholarship
Established by Michael Cappiello, JD '49, to assist first-year students. These awards are to be made preferably to residents of the town of Bourne or children and/or descendants of members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts.
Antonio "Tup" Caprio Scholarship
Established by Frank Caprio, JD '65, LLD '91, family and friends, to provide financial aid to students who are residents of Rhode Island.
Alexander J. Cella Scholarship
Established in memory of Alexander J. Cella by alumni, friends and colleagues in memory of Professor Alexander J. Cella, JD '61. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an Evening Division law student who graduated from a Massachusetts high school.
Class of 1969 Scholarship
Established by members of the Class of 1969 to mark the occasion of their 35th class reunion, this scholarship pays tribute to Suffolk Law by providing scholarship assistance to one or more law students. The recipient(s) of this award will have exceptional academic strength and demonstrated financial need, with preference given to students in the Day Division. The Class of 1969 believes that this assistance will provide a worthy student with the means to explore their passion for the law and to ultimately take their place as a distinguished alumnus/na of the law school.
Covich Family Scholarship Fund
Awards are made to graduating female students who demonstrate need and are pursuing a career in public service/social advocacy. A separate application is required during the academic year.
Carol DiMaiti Scholarship
This fund was established by family and friends of the late Carol DiMaiti, JD '85. All first-year students are eligible for the award by their participation in the Moot Court Program. Additionally, the best brief writers from each Legal Practice Skills section are also invited to apply over the summer. A separate application is required during the academic year.
John C. Deliso Scholarship Endowment Fund
This endowed fund will provide awards to one or more deserving students with demonstrated financial need.
Ann and Armen DerMarderosian Centennial Scholarship Fund
This endowed fund will be use to assist an academically qualified Suffolk University Law School student who is a first or second year day student, or a first, second or third year evening student. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who demonstrates an exceptional commitment to community through public and/or civic service jobs, paid or unpaid internships, fellowships or volunteer work.
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