Annual Cost of Attendance
Academic Year 2014–2015
The College of Law provides an outstanding legal education at a cost lower than private law schools and many public university law schools, particularly those of comparable quality. Note that the cost of attendance is the University's estimate of your academic year expenses. Although you may be awarded financial aid up to the cost of attendance, you may choose, based on your own estimate of housing and other expenses, to borrow fewer funds.
Tuition and Fees: Residents: $24,607
Tuition and Fees: Non-Residents: $29,000
Estimated Indirect Expenses
Books and Supplies: $1,200
Loan Fees: $400
Total Estimated Indirect Expenses: $23,023
Total Direct + Estimated Indirect Expenses
Information on the University's tuition and fee refund policies can be found here.