JD ADMISSIONS

Jacob Marley Foundation in Memory of Christopher Quackenbush Scholarship within the AnBryce Program

Description of the Scholarship

The Jacob Marley Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Christopher Quackenbush supports the goals and mission of the AnBryce Scholarship Program, as described in full under the AnBryce Scholarship.
 
Criteria
The Jacob Marley Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Christopher Quackenbush will be chosen annually from the incoming class of AnBryce Scholars.
 
Number of Scholars
One Jacob Marley Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Christopher Quackenbush scholar will be selected for the AnBryce Program annually from each entering class and will likely carry this scholarship for the duration of the three year J.D. program.
 
Named Scholarships within the School of Law
Once the admissions process has been finalized, the Office of Student Financial Services will assign some students with named scholarships that have been endowed by alumni and friends of the Law School. If a scholar receives a named scholarship such as the Jacob Marley Foundation Scholarship in Memory of Christopher Quackenbush, his or her total award package does not change, but is defrayed in full or in part by the donor’s gift to the NYU School of Law Scholarship Fund.  
 
While unlikely, it is possible that a student’s named scholarship might be changed from one year to the next. In the event such a change is made, the scholar will be notified. The total amount of the award package will not be affected. The assignment process is based on the criteria set forth by the donors of the scholarship and is carried out while maintaining the confidentiality of all student financial records.