Prior to enrollment, you can expect the following financial obligations:
|Program||Tuition (per credit)|
|JD||$1,878 (full-time $56,340)|
|SJD||See table below|
|Term/Semester||Tuition (per term/semester flat charge)|
|Summer 2023||No charge||No charge|
|Term/Semester||Full-time Enrolled Student||Part-time Enrolled Student|
$31,151 per nine-month academic year (2023-2024)
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*Continuing students may use these figures but need to adjust the tuition figure according to expected credits ($1,772 per credit for summer 2023), $1,878 per credit fall and spring (2023-2024), and raise the book figure to $2,506 ($2,116 for part-time) (2023-2024).
If you decide to purchase or lease a laptop and need financial aid assistance, be sure to keep your receipt and documentation of payment. You must buy the laptop first and submit the receipt and proof of payment by you, the student (not parents, spouse or friend), to Student Financial Services. The purchase must be made within a reasonable time frame prior to matriculation or once enrolled at least half-time and before April 1 during an academic year. The expense may be added to your student budget one time only during your law school career, up to the purchase price, or a maximum of $1,450 (for academic year 2023-2024), whichever is less. This will increase your Grad PLUS or private loan eligibility (credit report required), in effect paying yourself back. Please weigh whether the financial terms of a credit based alternative loan are more beneficial than the original method of payment.
For answers to any questions you have about financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at email@example.com.
Monday - Friday:
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday and Thursday
*By appointment only
Hours are subject to change during exams, holidays, and summer session. Changes will be posted outside of the entrance to the Administrative Offices.
A drop box is located to the left of the Administrative Office doors for after-hours correspondence.