SCHOOL OF LAW
ANNUAL TUITION AND FEES
For JD, LLM, MSL, certificate, audit, and non-degree courses
2019-20 (fall and spring combined)
* Full-time enrollment assumes 30 credit hours per year (14 in the fall semester and 16 in the spring semester). Part-time enrollment assumes 19 credit hours in the first year (10 in the fall semester and 9 in the spring semester). This equates to an average of 10 courses per year for full time students and 6 courses per year for part-time students. Actual credit hours and course loads may vary, resulting in a variation in fee totals. In order to get through the law programs in a timely fashion (3 years for full-time or 4 years for part-time), the law school’s curriculum requires you take 12 to 16 credit hours a semester (for full-time) and 8 to 10 credit hours a semester (for part-time).
** Non-resident students pay the same tuition as resident students plus a $100 annual non-resident surcharge. This surcharge is waived for students who become Ohio residents. Students are typically able to become Ohio residents after one year of Ohio residency.
UA LAW STUDENTS GRADUATE WITH LESS DEBT
Akron Law grads owed nearly $20,000 in loans below the average debt of graduates at the nine law schools in Ohio.
Estimated living expenses
|Room and Board||$11,524||$3,842|
|Books and Supplies||$1,000||$600|
Per-unit tuition and fee rates
|Course Fee (per course)||$110|
|General Service Fee (per hour, with a max. of $197.40 per semester)||$16.45|
|Administrative Fee (per semester)||$30|
|Technology Fee (per hour)||$16.25|
|Facilities Fee (per hour, with a max. of $222.60 per semester)||$18.55|
|Transportation Fee (fall and spring, per semester)||$175|
|Transportation Fee (summer)||$120|
|Nonresident Surcharge (fall and spring, per semester)||$50|
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