following scholarships are awarded at the end of the Spring semester to
Cal Northern students and are awarded on the basis of academic
achievement, financial need and/or service to Cal Northern and the
scholarship is given each year to the two students in each class who
have achieved the highest cumulative grade point average and the second
highest cumulative grade point average for that academic year.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP
Cal Northern Alumni Association awards a scholarship annually to a
graduating student to help defray the cost of a bar review course. The
scholarship is based on an essay explaining how the graduate intends to
use their law degree to contribute to the Law School and the community
CAL NORTHERN FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
to two first, second and third year students in each class. These
scholarships were created to provide tuition assistance to Cal Northern
students based on financial need. Applicants must be in good standing.
Funding is provided directly by the SBA from fund-raisers and dues
collected from SBA members.
STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION RECOGNITION AWARDS
Spring semester the SBA gives a book scholarship to the Cal Northern
student with the best attendance record for the preceding academic year.
Most Improved Award
the end of the Spring semester the SBA awards this scholarship to the
one student in each class who shows the most improvement in their
semester grade point average from the Fall semester to the Spring
Most Dedicated Award
by the Cal Northern Student Bar Association, this award is given by the
SBA to the one student in each class whose classmates feel is most
dedicated and representative of Cal Northern through school and/or
WITKIN AWARD FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
In recognition of academic achievement, the Witkin Legal Institute and Thomson West present the Witkin Award for Academic Excellence. Each term, certificates are awarded to the highest ranking student in each qualifying course. To qualify, a course must carry academic credit and must have an enrollment of 10 or more students. The award is named for Bernard E. Witkin, California's preeminent legal scholar.
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