Estimated Law School Costs (2023 – 2024)
All figures are per year unless otherwise noted.
- Tuition – $40,585
- University Activity Fee – $570
- Law School Activity Fee – $416
- BARBRI -$980
- Student Health Fee – $340
- Vehicle Registration Fee – $300*
- Replacement ID Card Fee – $25
- Late Registration Fee** – $100
- Late Payment Fee** – $150
- Drop/Add Fee*** – $10
- Withdrawal Fee – $50
- Graduation Application Fee – $100
- Payment Plan Participation Fee** – $50
- Returned Payment Fee – $35
*fee amount subject to change
Cost of Attendance Breakdown
|Component Type||On-Campus||Off Campus|
|Books, Supplies, and Course Materials||$4,732||$4,732|
Allowances in this chart are based on a student attending the residential program at a full-time enrollment status for nine months of enrollment, typically the Fall and Spring semesters. The final direct cost calculated for a student’s on-campus food and housing will be determined by the student’s selections during the Financial Check-In (FCI) process.
Costs of Attendance Allowance Definitions
Living Expenses (Food and Housing)
An allowance for food and housing costs, as determined by the institution, to be incurred by the student attending the institution on at least a half-time basis, including:
- A standard food allowance that provides the equivalent of three meals each day, regardless of whether a student chooses institutionally owned or operated food services (i.e., board or meal plans). Institutions must provide an allowance for purchasing food off campus for a student that does not elect institutionally owned or operated food services.
- Housing allowances for students residing in institutionally owned or operated housing with or without dependents must be based on the average or median amount assessed to such residents for housing charges, whichever is greater.
- Housing allowances for students living off-campus must include rent or other housing costs.
- For dependent students living at home with parents, institutions must include a reasonable standard allowance for living expenses that are not zero.
- For students living in housing on a military base or for which they receive a basic allowance under section 403(b) of title 37, United States Code, institutions must include a reasonable allowance for food on-campus or off-campus but cannot include housing costs.
- For all other students, institutions must include a reasonable allowance based on expenses incurred by such students.
Along with tuition, an amount normally assessed a student carrying the same academic workload, as determined by the institution.
An allowance for the cost of any Federal student loan fee, origination fee, or insurance premium charged to the student or the parent of the student. The allowance may be actual or average costs, as appropriate; and may not include the cost associated with non-Federal loans.
Books, Course Materials, Supplies and Equipment
An allowance for books, course materials, and equipment, which must include all such costs required of all students in the same course of study, including a reasonable allowance for the rental or upfront purchase of a personal computer, as determined by the institution.
An allowance, as determined by the institution, for a student attending the institution on at least a half-time basis.
An allowance, as determined by the institution, which may include transportation between campus, residences, and place of work.