Make a Gift
If you wish to make a gift to St. John's School of Law, please complete and submit our online giving form. Thank you!
St. John's School of Law opened its doors on September 28, 1925. Founded 55 years after the opening of the University by the Vincentian community, the School of Law provides students with unparalleled preparation for success in the practice of law. Through a dedicated and supportive faculty and an energetic learning environment, the Law School prepares students to analyze the law critically and practice it passionately. The continued growth and advancement of the School of Law depends upon the support of alumni, friends, corporations and foundations. Gifts, either restricted or unrestricted, for scholarship, capital expansion, technology, endowment or research are an investment in the School of Law's future.
- The Annual Giving Campaign
Gifts to the School of Law Annual Campaign support areas such as Student Financial Aid, Academic Enhancement, and Technology.
- Endowed Scholarships
An endowed scholarship exists in perpetuity and enjoys the benefit of long term investment. Scholarships help the Law School attract and retain the most academically-promising students and help students lessen the financial burden associated with their legal education.
- Brennan Family Scholarship Matching Program
Established through the leadership gift of John V. Brennan ‘63C, '66L, ‘93HON and the generosity of additional alumni and friends, the program offers a compelling opportunity to double the impact of your gift when you establish a new endowed scholarship or add to your existing endowed scholarship.
- Gift Recognition
The School of Law welcomes donors to The Loughlin Society and The McCallen Society.
- Law Firm Challenge Program
Facilitates communication, and raises financial support for scholarships, fellowships, clinical programs and technology enhancements, between alumni at Law Firms and the School of Law.
In order to maintain the academic integrity and excellence for others who aspire to the success of its alumni, you are invited to support the School of Law.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations