Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance

First year student cost of attendance budget for the 2014-2015 academic year for on- or off-campus living is:

Resident
(on-campus)
Resident
(off-campus)
Non Resident
(on-campus)
Non Resident
(off-campus)
Tuition & Fees $24,918 $24,918 $47,290 $47,290
Room & Board $10,746 $8,802 $10,746 $8,802
Books & Supplies* $4,216 $4,216 $4,216 $4,216
Travel $1,098 $1,098 $1,818 $1,818
Loan Fees $608 $608 $608 $608
Miscellaneous $3,996 $5,040 $3,996 $5,040
Total $45,582 $44,682 $68,674 $67,774

*The Books and Supplies portion of the budget includes the onetime cost incurred for the purchase of a laptop computer. The allocation for that purchase is $2,300.

Do a comparison of your own; for a school with our reputation, the cost is well below the average cost of our peer institutions.  The average debt of the Class of 2012 was $80,608.Students classified as nonresidents are required to pay nonresident tuition. Nonresident students may petition the University Admissions Office for resident status after completing 40 law school credit hours while remaining in Utah during that time period (approximately 1-1.5 years). Petitions must be submitted at least 30 days before the beginning of the semester and must demonstrate satisfactory academic progress, and intent to reside permanently in Utah. Students who begin their law studies as nonresidents usually are able to obtain resident status by the spring semester of their second year. If nonresident law students take 10 law credit hours during summer school, they can obtain residency by fall of their second year. More information on residency may be obtained from the University’s Residency Office at (801) 581-3089. A number of programs assist you in financing your legal education, including merit and need-based scholarships, fellowships, summer stipends, loans, and part-time employment. Check out our financial aid page for links to these resources. Tuition information is available at http://fbs.admin.utah.edu/income/tuition/.