JD Tuition and Fees
Tuition for the 2013–14 academic year is $22,090 per semester for Juris Doctor students in the full-time program, and $1,575 per unit for JD students in the part-time program.
The Student Bar Association (SBA) assesses a fee of $35 per semester for full-time students and $1.75 per unit for part-time students. In addition, all students must pay a $5 per semester Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) fee. Tuition and fees for subsequent academic years have not yet been determined.
The Board of Trustees of the University of San Francisco reserves the right to change tuition, fees, and other charges at any time without notice.
Annual Tuition and Fees
||$1,575 per unit
||$1.75 per unit
||$33,122 (21 units)
The date to receive a full tuition and fee refund is typically three weeks after the start of formal classes. You may find information about the university refund policy here. If withdrawing from school, a $250 withdrawal fee or forfeiture of all non-refundable admission deposits will be assessed. The final date to receive a full tuition refund is listed on the academic calendar.
Annual Cost of Living
|Room and Board
|Books and Supplies
The annual cost of attendance budget is directly related to the amount of financial aid available to you each year. The total amount of financial aid, including private loans, cannot exceed the total cost of attendance budget. Please note that the annual cost of attendance budget for part time students is based on 10 units for the fall semester and 11 units for the spring semester (21 units for the academic year). Part time evening budgets for individual students will be adjusted depending on the unit load per semester. Tuition costs are calculated on per unit cost. The cost of attendance budget can also be increased for certain expenses that a student may incur outside their normal budget such as medical or insurance costs, a one-time computer purchase, or child care costs. The cost of attendance budget can also be adjusted if a law student decides to enroll in a summer session program. Students should contact the law school's financial aid administrator for information on requesting an increase in the cost of attendance budget.
USF's Student Accounts Office is located in the One
Stop Office and offers many payment options to facilitate
tuition payment. Accepted methods of payment include personal checks, money
orders, and bank wire transfers. Please visit www.usfca.edu/tuition
for complete information about additional payment options, the payment plan,
billing and tuition payment due dates. The One Stop Office in Lone Mountain
Room 251 may be reached by phone at 415.422.2020 or by email at email@example.com.
Additional fees may apply. Click
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