Northeastern University School of Law

Class of 2016

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 2016 (FT) $43,048 $43,048 $20,237 $20,237 $9,420 70.24%
Class of 2016 (PT) $0 $0 $20,237 $20,237 $9,420 0.0%


Class of 2015

STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS / GRANTS

Full-Time Students
Median Award: $10,000

Part-Time Students
Median Award: $0

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Financial Aid application Deadline is:

2/15

Each year, the school offers significant support to first-year students based on a combination of need and merit. Merit scholarships represent a three-year commitment by the School of Law, with awards guaranteed for second- and third-year students as long as recipients remain in good academic standing.

The School of Law has a number of programs to ensure you’ll get the support you need to earn a top-rate legal education. Among its many merit-based awards, the Public Interest Law Scholarship is the school's most generous award program, granting full tuition scholarships to several admitted applicants each year. There are also a number of co-op stipends for public interest law internships and other specific types of co-op placements, and the student-run Cooperative Income Sharing Program supports those who pursue non- or under-paid public interest co-ops.

In addition, the federal College Cost Reduction and Access Act combined with the school’s Loan Deferral and Forgiveness Program can substantially reduce the debt obligations of graduates entering qualifying public interest or public service careers.

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