Paying for Law School

5-1-17-paying-for-law-schoolAs 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 July 1, 2017, fees total $1,121.

Tuition

As of July 1, 2017

Tuition

Full time
per semester

Full time
per year

Part time
per credit hour

Fees
per semester

Resident $7,404 $14,808 $617 $1,121
Nonresident $17,208 $34,416 $1,434 $1,121

Estimated Expenses

Georgia Residents

Full Time
Tuition and fees: $17,050
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $33,150

Part Time
(9 hours)
Tuition and fees: $13,348
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $29,448

Non-Georgia Residents

Full Time
Tuition and fees: $36,658
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $52,758

Part Time
(9 hours)
Tuition and fees: $28,054
Books and supplies: $1,500
Living expenses: $12,410*
Transportation: $2,070
Loans fees: $120
Total: $44,154

Tuition and fees are subject to change.
*Based on 2017-18 figures. Costs may vary based on your choices.