Thank you for your interest in the CSU C|M|LAW Student Emergency Financial Assistance Fund. While this campaign has ended, you may still make a donation at https://www.law.csuohio.edu/alumnigiving/makeagift.
CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association partner to raise funds for the CSU C|M|LAW Student Emergency Financial Assistance Fund.
Unexpected expenses don't have to mean choosing to stay in school and struggling financially or dropping out to pay bills. The CSU C|M|LAW Emergency Financial Assistance Fund provides grants to law students experiencing a financial emergency - an unforeseen expense that, if not resolved quickly, could lead to a student’s departure from CSU C|M|LAW and/or loss of momentum toward graduation.
While CSU C|M|LAW remains committed to preparing the next generation of legal leaders, many of our students are confronting serious financial challenges such as paying rent and utilities or purchasing a laptop with a camera for online learning. In addition, many law students have lost part-time jobs, paid summer opportunities, and our graduating students face the uncertainty of the Bar Exam and job prospects long-term.
If you prefer to support the Dean’s Innovation Fund, which allows us to help our students with non-emergency matters, or any other fund at the law school, please do so here.
For any questions, please contact Ashley M. Presutto at email@example.com or 216-687-2286.