S.J. Quinney College of Law

Celebrating 100 Years of
Legal Education (1913-2013)

Residency for Tuition Purposes

Students attending the S.J. Quinney College of Law who are coded as non-residents for tuition purposes are required to pay non-resident tuition and fees (Utah Code Annotated 1953, 53B-8-102). Under current University of Utah policy, non-residents are able to apply for residency after successfully completing 40 law school credit hours and residing in Utah for the twelve continuous months immediately prior to the first day of class for the academic term in which the student wishes to be considered a resident. To earn 40 credits within 12 months requires attending summer school for ten credits after completing the first year curriculum. Summer school tuition is charged at the in-state rate for all students.

While the completion of credit hours is the most common method our students use to qualify for residency, there are a number of situations under which a non-resident can be reclassified as a resident. The University’s guidelines and deadlines for reclassification are available online at http://admissions.utah.edu/apply/residency/.

 

Cost of Attendance

Residency Office at the University of Utah

University of Utah Guidelines for Residency Reclassification