Scholarship Application Process
Students must apply for pre-law scholarships through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM). Students can easily search, review requirements, apply and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities through this portal. Students can also apply for all institutional scholarships using this online application.
Only one AUSOM application is required each academic year. See the AUSOM website for more information and updates. To be considered for a pre-law scholarship, incoming students must indicate on the application an intention to be involved in the Pre-law Scholars Program. Current students must be actively involved with the Pre-law Scholars Program.
For information about other university scholarships, contact the Office of University Scholarships.
Michael Carlisle Farrow Memorial Scholarship
To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship, a student must be an upcoming senior (rising junior), a member of Pi Lambda Sigma (pre-law honor society), and be a declared major in the College of Liberal Arts. The scholarship is awarded for one year.
Morris W. Savage Scholarship
To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship, a student must have scored 31 on the ACT or SAT equivalent or have a high school grade point average of 3.50 or better on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent. The scholarship is limited to full-time pre-law students enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and may be awarded to an incoming freshman. This four-year scholarship award is conditional upon the recipient's sustained academic performance of a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.
Auburn University Bar Association Scholarship
To be eligible for consideration for this scholarship a student must be an upcoming sophomore, junior or senior, a declared major in the College of Liberal Arts, a member of Pi Lambda Sigma, and must demonstrate strong academic abilities and financial need. The scholarship is awarded for one year.
Honorable Kenneth Ingram Scholarship
Preference for this scholarship is given to incoming freshmen or transfer students who are residents of Clay, Coosa, Elmore or Tallapoosa County, Alabama and demonstrate financial need.
J. Scott Vowell Pre-Law Scholarship
Students must be enrolled in the Pre-Law Scholars Program. Preference is given to students who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is for the purpose of increasing the level of diversity at AU; therefore, recipients shall be from underrepresented groups identified by Auburn University's Office of Enrollment Services.