Paying for Law School

Emily Wang, second year student, financial aid, scholarships, tuition
“Georgia State is an incredible deal for aspiring lawyers. Because it is one of the best law schools for the value, I had no reason to attend a college that would put me into hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt.”

Emily Wang (J.D. ’15)

As one of the best values in the nation, we want every aspiring attorney to have a shot at an engaging legal education.

Our competitive tuition rates as well as various scholarship and fellowship opportunities, tuition waivers and financial aid options make this possible. As a result, our students graduate with a lower debt load than about 90 percent of other law school graduates.

As of March 1, 2014, fees total $1,121.

Tuition

As of June 11, 2014

Tuition

Full time
per semester

Full time
per year

Part time
per credit hour

Fees
per semester

Resident $7,067 $14,134 $589 $1,121
Nonresident $16,866 $33,732 $1,406 $1,121

Estimated Expenses

Georgia Residents

Full Time
Tuition and fees: $16,376
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $32,476

Part Time
(9 hours)
Tuition and fees: $12,844
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $28,944

Non-Georgia Residents

Full Time
Tuition and fees: $35,974
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $52,074

Part Time
(9 hours)
Tuition and fees: $$27,550
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $43,650

Tuition and fees are subject to change.
*Based on 2014-15 figures. Costs may vary based on your choices.

 
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