Don't count on it - of 787 students (total) 388 full time and 399 part-time, 6 students got "more than full tuition;" none got full-tuition; 17 (2.2%) got half to full tuition; 25 (3.2%) got less than half tuition; ... only 6.1% of the 787 students received any type of scholarship.
They pride themselves on their low tuition cost, and I doubt you'll get much, all things considered. for full-time you're under their 25th for GPA and 7 points over for LSAT--if they give out scholarships based on merit this would indicate to me maybe a few thousands dollars. It's only $20k out of state anyway, that's $12k less than most private top 20's.
If you were saying the "greedy" thing in jest, I apologize for this post
Any of these this morning.
My sister is calling Anne today to talk me up... I'm shameless.
I'm sure you're fine without the call. When did you apply?
but I'm hoping for lots of money from them. I'm a greedy bastard.