Tuition & Fees
The College of Law creates a Student Budget (also known as "Cost of Attendance") for each academic year. The Student Budget consists of direct costs (i.e., tuition and fees) and indirect costs.
The Student Budget noted below is the Law College's "Thrifty Budget," which assumes that students have a roommate, no health-insurance expense due to coverage provided by a family member, and reliance on public transportation. Students whose personal situations are such that they are unable to rely on the Thrifty Budget may request additional loan assistance up to the amount of the Standard Budget (an additional allocation of $7,326) for the academic year.
The Law College makes every effort to minimize tuition increases. For the 2011/12 academic year and the 2012/13 academic year the tuition increase has been kept to 2%. Tuition for first-year law students is calculated on 29 credit hours, which is the proscribed number of credits for a full-time student. Students enrolling in fewer than than 29 credit hours are charged a per-credit hour basis.
Questions regarding the Thrifty Budget or the Standard Budget should be directed to Mr. John Garcia, Director of Financial Aid at email@example.com
|RWA Lab Fees||$200|
|Room and Board||$5091|