University of Miami 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) $42,938 $42,938 $22,611 $22,611 $11,397 0.0%
Class of 2016 (PT) $0 $0 $22,611 $22,611 $11,397 0.0%


Class of 2015

STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS / GRANTS

Full-Time Students
Median Award: $23,000

Part-Time Students
Median Award: $0

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Financial Aid application Deadline is:

3/1

Miami has a strong scholarship program for entering students which is primarily merit-based. In addition, its Miami Scholars Program targets applicants nationwide who not only have strong academic records but also a demonstrated interest in public service. Scholarships are highly competitive and granted to admitted students on a rolling basis; therefore completing your application by early January is strongly recommended. Scholarship for second and third year students are awarded on academic achievement in law school, public interest or certain leadership roles, as well as other qualifiers that may be specified by donors.

Like any law school, most students attending Miami Law finance their education with federal loans including the Stafford Loans, Perkins Loans, and Federal Graduate Plus Loans.

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