10: School of Law

General Information | Admission Information | Financial Aid Information | Career Services
Degree Programs | Academic Regulations | Student Activities and Awards
Annual Law School Awards and Honors | Course Descriptions | Faculty

Budgets | Standard Forms of Financial Aid | Employment Opportunities


Studentsí budgets are determined by the University Committee on Scholarships, Loans, and Employment, and are standardized for all graduate and professional schools at the University. Modifications are made to reflect the actual costs which are incurred by law students in general. Modifications are also made to reflect the particular circumstances of each applicant. Exceptions are kept at a minimum, however, due to the limited amount of scholarships and federal funds which are allocated to the Law School, and for the standardized distribution of financial assistance to all aid recipients. All expenses covered must be educationally related. Individual counseling may be appropriate, and the Director of Financial Aid is available for such purposes.

Budgets for the 1998-99 academic year are as follows:

VA ResidentNon-Resident
Tuition & Fees$14,606$20,706
Room, Board, Misc.10,26010,260
Loan Origination Fees740740

An additional allowance in the amount of child care is permitted. A petition indicating the estimated child care expenses is required. The financial aid office may use its discretion in the allowance made based upon the total number of children.

Continue to: Standard Forms of Financial Aid
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