Daniel Levine Cook ’92 Scholarship (2014)

Daniel Levine Cook ’92 Scholarship
Established by a grant from the Daniel Levine Cook Fund of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, upon recommendation of David, Phyllis and Anne Cook, in memory of Daniel Cook ’92. The scholarship is for a law student with financial need who shows academic promise. Consideration is given to the applicant’s leadership, community service, and extracurricular interests. Priority is given to Jewish applicants. THIS AWARD WILL BE $10,000 TO ONE STUDENT.

Applications must be completed online by 5 p.m., April 25th, 2014.


Only USF law students with financial need, equal to or more than the award amount, and a FAFSA on file may apply for an award from the alumni-funded scholarships.  

Applications must be completed online by 5 p.m., April 25th, 2014. Applications are incomplete if any necessary documents are missing, and could result in disqualification. It is the applicant’s responsibility to make sure their application is received in its entirety by the deadline.  


Submit the following as one PDF file through the upload link below. Documents should be organized in the order listed:
  1. Completed and signed scholarship application form, found here.
  2. Law School transcript (USFConnect version accepted)
  3. Resume or summary of honors, awards, work history, community service and outside interests
  4. Scholarship essay:  
    • Essay: Daniel Levine Cook was a sports fanatic, a Dead-Head and a passionate supporter of Israel. Please describe how your interests, influences or passions intersect with his and how your goals may or may not follow a similar trajectory.

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Please upload your PDF containing: the completed & signed application, your resume, your transcript and your scholarship essay.  

For eligibility or financial questions please contact Erica Levison at (415) 422-6654.
For technical questions about submitting this application, please contact Becca Sack at (415) 422-4785 or email rmsack@usfca.edu.