Class of 2015

OVERALL TUITION & FINANCIAL DATA

Resident
Tuition
Non-Resident
Tuition
On-Campus
Living Expenses
Off-Campus
Living Expenses
At-Home
Living Expenses
Students Receiving
Scholarships/Grants
Class of 2015 (FT) $48,786 $48,786 $23,814 $23,814 $23,814 49.9%
Class of 2015 (PT) N/A N/A $23,814 $23,814 $23,814 0.0%


Class of 2014

STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS / GRANTS

Full-Time Students
Median Award: $19,705

Part-Time Students
Median Award: $0

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Financial Aid application Deadline is:

4/1

Approximately 80% of Harvard Law School students receive financial aid. Harvard Law School does not award merit-based scholarships; instead, all financial awards are need-based. Harvard also offers a Low Income Protection Plan (LIPP), which is available to its graduates working in certain areas. “The plan helps relieve the burden of education loan repayment for J.D. graduates in full-time government, non-profit or academic jobs. In addition, full-time law-related jobs in the private sector are also covered under LIPP. LIPP participants pay a limited portion of their annual income towards their annual loan repayment obligations. LIPP then covers the remainder of their LIPP-eligible loan payments.” (Harvard Law Website)

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