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Tuition and Fees

TUITION & FEES 2014-2015

Summer 2014

JD Per Credit Tuition $1,590
Master's Program Per Credit Tuition $1,345

JD Tuition

Annual Tuition  $46,110
Fall 2013 Semester $23,055
Spring 2014 Semester $23,055
Class 2016 Tuition Deposit $500
Per Credit $1,590

Accelerated JD Tuition

Annual Tuition $69,165
Summer 2014 Semester $23,055
Fall 2014 Semester $23,055
Spring 2015 Semester $23,055

Joint Degree Tuition (JD & Master's)

Annual JD Tuition $46,110
Master's Program Per Credit Tuition $1,345

Master's Program Tuition

Annual $40,345
Per Credit $1,345
Accepted Master's Program Tuition Deposit $500

LLM Tuition (American Legal Studies)

Annual $40,345
Per Credit $1,391
Accepted LLM Tuition Deposit $500

Distance Learning Program (Master's Program—excluding ALS)

Total $40,345
Master's Program Per Credit $1,345
Student Admin Fee (Non-Refundable—semester charge) $200
Distance Learning Fee (Non-Refundable—one time charge) $250
Graduation Fee (Non-Refundable—one time charge) $110

Fees & Miscellaneous

Student Bar Association Membership Fee (Non-Refundable—annual charge) $125
On-Campus Student Admin Fee (Non-Refundable—Fall & Spring Semester charge) $450
Off-Campus Student Admin Fee (Non-Refundable—Fall & Spring Semester charge) $200
Summer Only Student Admin Fee (Non-Refundable) $275
Summer Student Admin Fee (Non-Refundable) $200
Graduation Fee (Non-Refundable—one time charge) $110
Audit Per Credit (all programs) $400
Audit Per Credit-Alumni (all programs) $200
Parking Fine $5
Transcript Fee $5

Summer 2015

JD Per Credit $1,590
Master's Program Per Credit $1,345


Title IV Refunds

The Financial Aid Office is required by federal regulations to calculate a Return to Title IV Funds (R2T4) amount for any student who withdraws. A withdrawal includes students who are dismissed, take a leave of absence, or discontinues enrollment in classes on or after the first day of class. A R2T4 is the amount of unearned aid you received at the beginning of the term that must be returned to the federal aid program. Any aid received in excess of the earned amount is considered unearned. The earned portion of the aid is calculated on a daily basis using calendar days of the semester in which the student withdrew.


Withdrawals and Refunds

Students planning to finance their education through outside grants and scholarships, or through private, state or federal loan programs, must make final arrangements for such aid well before the academic year begins.