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Costs and Financing

Financial Aid

The Hamline University Office of Financial Aid assists all prospective and current law students with financial aid-related questions, as well as the processing of financial aid packages. More information about how to apply for financial aid can be found on the Office of Financial Aid's website. Please refer to the Financial Policies and Procedures (PDF) for more information.

Scholarships

The Hamline Law Office of Admissions awards merit and endowed scholarships to incoming, newly admitted students. Hamline Law has a robust merit scholarship program; all incoming, newly admitted students are automatically considered for scholarships upon admission and need not submit an additional application for scholarship consideration.

2014-2015 Tuition and Fees

Tuition Deposit (new students only) $500
Room Deposit (only for students who will be living in on-campus housing) $250
Tuition:
12-16 credits (per semester) $19,095
8-11.99 credits (per semester) $13,748
Up to 7.99 credits (per credit) $1,588
Additional credits above 16 (per credit) $1,271
Weekend Law Program: 8-11.99 credits (per semester) $13,748
Other Fees (per year):
Law Student Activity Fee $50
Student Bar Association $20
Health Services Fee (full-time) $172
Health Services Fee (part-time) $140
Law Review (optional) $12
Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy (optional) $12
Journal of Law and Religion (optional) $12
MPIRG (optional) $16.50
Loan Repayment Assistance Program (optional) $15
Locker Rental (optional) $20
Health Insurance (optional) $1,672 (estimated)
International Student Fee $260
Facilities Fee (full-time) $104
Facilities Fee (part-time) $62

 

2013-2014 Estimated Cost of Attendance

Full-time day program:
Tuition $36,066
Average fees $330
Book allowance $1,400
Living allowance $18,125
Personal and loan fees $1,387
Total $57,308
Weekend JD program:
Tuition $25,970
Average fees $270
Book allowance $1,400
Living allowance $18,125
Personal and loan fees $1,387
Total $47,152