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At the University of Baltimore you have many options
when it comes to financing your legal education

Law students face many challenges in financing their legal education.  The financial aid process for law school is similar to that of an undergraduate school.  Students must file the FAFSA and complete a master promissory note for student loans.  Most students attending law school rely on student loans to fund their educational and living expenses since federal grants are not available to law students.

Cost of Attendance

Cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, books, living expenses and other expenses students may incur while in law school.  You total financial aid package cannot exceed your total cost of attendance. Most recent cost of attendance is available from the office of financial aid.

Full Time Students Tuition and Fees Indirect Costs Total
Maryland Residents $29,184 $19,950 $49,134
Nonresidents $42,610 $19,950 $62,560

 

Part Time Students      Tuition and Fees Indirect Costs Total
Maryland Residents $23,064 $17,446 $40,510
Nonresidents $31,842 $17,446 $49,288

 

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