Tuition & Financial Assistance

We understand that our students are making a major investment in their law education. Our goal is to make the process as simple as possible so that you can focus on your studies, not your paperwork. To service students there are two offices that facilitate the tuition and financial assistance process. Their individual functions and locations are listed below.

Tuition and Fee Schedules

Student Accounting Office

The Student Accounting Office facilitates all interactions that affect a student's experience as it relates to the student account. The Student Accounting Office is responsible for maintaining the record of your student account, including the following:

  • Issuing account notices and bills
  • Payments, payment plans, and employer reimbursement
  • Refunds (Direct Deposit)
  • Institutional Loans
  • 1098-T Income Tax Statements

Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to assisting students in financing their education and making financially informed responsible decisions. A variety of scholarships and loans are available to help students in achieving their goals. The Office of Financial Aid provides all of the information, tools and resources you need to complete the financial aid process, including:

  • Comprehensive information on all facets of financial aid and its processes
  • Eligibility Criteria
  • Various Forms of Financial Aid: Federal, Private, Federal Work Study, and Scholarships
  • Cost of Attendance Budget
  • FAFSA processing
  • Accepting Your Award Online
  • Master Promissory Notes, Entrance Counseling And Other Requirements
  • Disbursement
  • Loan Repayment Options and Calculators
  • Dates and Deadlines
  • FAQ & Financial Aid Glossary
  • Debt Management and Resources