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Diversity & Inclusion

The University of the Pacific community — including students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni — believes that diversity and inclusion are essential to the fulfillment of our institutional mission. We value inclusiveness in learning, curricular and co-curricular programming, campus climate, recruitment, admissions, hiring and retention.

The McGeorge campus in residential Sacramento fosters a vibrant, supportive and welcoming community, which celebrates the many definitions of diversity in our student body and community. McGeorge is recognized as the No. 9 law school with the "Greatest Resources for Minority Students" in the Princeton Review's Best 169 Law Schools 2018 rankings.


Financial Aid Resources for DACA Students (pdf)

M. Katherine Baird Darmer Equality Scholarship — The Orange County Equality Coalition will award one or more scholarships to academically qualified law students who have demonstrated commitment to advancing equality for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in Orange County. Determinations regarding the amount and number of awards are at the sole discretion of the scholarship committee jointly appointed by OCLBA and OCEC and the Liberty Hill Foundation. Application deadline is May 15, 2018 | More information & Application

The DRI Law Student Diversity Scholarship — This $20,000 scholarship is open to rising (2018–19) second- and third-year African American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, LGBT and multi-racial students. Application deadline is March 30, 2018 | More information

The ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund — This $5,000 law scholarship, which may be renewable, will assist in reducing the costs of education for upcoming lawyers. Application deadline is April 6, 2018 | Application Package (pdf)

South Asian Bar Association — Northern California Foundation Public Interest Fellowship Application — A fellowship for a law student or a recent graduate working at a public interest or government agency. | Additional information & Application (pdf)

Equal Justice Works' AmeriCorps J.D. program — Serve local communities and help to expand legal service delivery for civil legal aid organization. Participants receive an educational award of $1,538 for 450 hours of service. This year, slots are reserved for those interested in serving immigrant children and hundreds of others for those working on issues of employment, disaster relief, veterans, and elder abuse. apply as soon as possible as we will be accepting participants on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. | Additional information & Application (pdf)

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