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) $52,525 $52,525 $20,150 $20,150 $20,150 58.3%
Class of 2015 (PT) N/A N/A $20,150 $20,150 $20,150 0.0%


Class of 2014

STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS / GRANTS

Full-Time Students
Median Award: $23,650

Part-Time Students
Median Award: $0

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Financial Aid application Deadline is:

3/15

Each year, approximately 80% percent of the Yale Law School students receive some form of financial aid and more than half qualify for law school grants. Yale Law School does not offer merit based scholarships; instead, all financial awards are based on need. In addition, the law school also offers COAP (Career Options Assistance Program), which is “a loan repayment assistance program that allows students to take jobs in nonprofit organizations, public interest, government, academia, or small firms.” (Yale Law Website)

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