Robina Public Interest Scholars Program
As part of a land-grant university, the University of Minnesota Law School has always been committed to public service. With the support of the Robina Foundation, the Law School extends this commitment by creating a seamless path from admission to full-time employment for students interested in pursuing public interest careers through the Robina Public Interest Scholars Program.
Program and Scholarship Overview
Robina Public Interest Scholars benefit from:
- Directed guidance and counseling from a public interest career counselor;
- Guaranteed summer funding for unpaid public interest internships;
- Loan repayment assistance to enable graduates to continue public interest careers;
- Volunteer opportunities, mentoring, summer internships, and public interest course work to expose students to the rewards of public interest work; and
- Lifelong, alumni support for a career in public service
- The applicant must be an entering first-year law student for fall 2020 at the University of Minnesota Law School.
- Applicants may be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. International students are eligible to apply, but if selected, will be responsible for any applicable scholarship taxes.
Applicants must already be admitted for the incoming class of 2023. The application is available on the admitted student website.
The University of Minnesota Law School Robina Committee will review applications. The Committee will also consider previously submitted admissions materials.
- Priority Application Deadline: March 15, 2020
- Notification Date: on or before April 1, 2020