Friends of the Law School
Donate now to help students make a positive difference.
Your gift to Concordia University School of Law supports the dreams and aspirations of a new generation of lawyers, committed to serving their communities. In that spirit, we urge you to consider making a gift to the university. Whatever the reason, whatever the amount, your donation will help Concordia law students become revolutionary thinkers and transformational leaders ready to make a difference to those who are underserved. That’s why your support today is appreciated more than ever.
General Scholarship Fund
This fund provides a critical element of support for many of our students. When you give to general student scholarships, you help to ensure that every student who is eligible receive help paying for their studies, lowering their debt load so they can follow their hearts to careers in service to the community and society.
Naming an Annual Scholarship
A named annual scholarship of $5,000 per year for three years ($15,000) gives a student the confidence that she has a partner who will be there throughout her time in law school, allowing her to be completely focused on her studies. Donors receive their name on an established fund and have the opportunity to meet the students they support.
Endowing a Scholarship
By establishing an endowment fund of $25,000 or more, donors create a legacy of giving to Concordia University School of law. Interest from the fund provides sustainable scholarship support to students now and for years to come. Donors receive name recognition for their fund where they can continue to invest in Concordia University School of Law students.
Community Legal Outreach
A gift here will help provide free legal services to underserved members of the community. Concordia University School of Law, in keeping with its mission of servant leadership, is focused on ethics, commitment to public service, and strengthening the civic infrastructure to improve the overall community. The school partners with legal aid organizations to train lawyers who actively assist, support, and demonstrate professional responsibility to provide free legal services to those who would otherwise have no access to the justice system.