The King Hall Class of '88 has established a student scholarship fund to honor its 30th year Reunion. The scholarship will support deserving, incoming students in the School of Law. When the fund reaches a balance of $50,000, it will be permanently endowed to support students in perpetuity. (Per university policy, if the fund doesn’t reach this by 2023, your donation will provide immediate support for students.)
The class goal, however, is $100K to provide a more generous scholarship.
From the class committee:
“We paid $1,400 a year to attend King Hall; students entering now will pay more than 33 TIMES that amount!”
“We can help deserving students attend King Hall, students like Shea. Shea received a merit scholarship and then placed in the top 10 percent of her class, served as an editor for student journals, excelled in moot court and mock trial competitions, represented victims of domestic violence in her clinical work, and much more. The scholarship ‘really made a difference,’ providing encouragement and relief from today’s ‘incredibly expensive’ student fees, she said. As a class, let's make a lasting contribution to the profession by helping students like Shea finish school and enter our ranks. It would be a very special way to pay forward the amazing gift we received 30 years ago.”
Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations
(530) 752-6209 (Phone)