Tuition, Costs, and Fees
Tuition & Fees*
The Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program continues to be one of the best values in legal education. Students enrolled in the program receive both classroom and "hands on" training. For more information on tuition and fees, please see the Financial Aid page on the Law School's web site.
* Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Federal financial aid may be available for U.S. citizens in the LLM program. Some forms of aid are need-based and others are not based upon financial need. Applicants are encouraged to look at the Rogers College of Law Financial Aid section for instructions on how to apply for financial aid, information on deadlines for applying for financial assistance, and information on how to apply for private non-governmental loans.
Additional information regarding the various financial aid programs available through the University of Arizona Office of Student Financial Aid.
To assist students in obtaining financial aid, Allison Nash serves as Senior Financial Aid Counselor for prospective and enrolled students at the Rogers College of Law. Ms. Nash is located in Room 118 of the College, and can be reached at 520.626.8101 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Scholarships & Fellowships
Because University and College of Law financial aid funds are extremely limited, full scholarships and fellowships in general are rarely available to students enrolling in the program. Partial awards (in the form of grants or tuition waivers) can be offered to a few LLM and SJD students each year. Applicants must find most of the financial assistance necessary for their travel, living and educational expenses from outside sources. To be considered for a scholarship/fellowship, please submit (with your application) a 1-2 page letter requesting to be considered for a scholarship and providing information you think is relevant to your financial situation.
The Graduate College has a number of links to extramural fellowships, searchable databases for grants and scholarships, and to other University resources that provide financial assistance.
Additionally, the International Student Office has a number of links that will lead to information on scholarship, internships and grant opportunities for international students.