Tuition and Estimated Costs for 2016-17
The following table shows the estimated costs for full-time and part-time students at Scalia Law School for the 2016-17 academic year. These estimates are used in determining financial aid packages for law students. As estimates, these figures may vary slightly from the actual costs. Note that these figures are subject to change at any time.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The George Mason University Board of Visitors voted to freeze law school tuition at current levels beginning in 2014–15. In addition, the Board has declared its intention not to increase law tuition through academic year 2016–17. Under Virginia law, governing boards are not authorized to bind their own hands with respect to the future exercise of discretionary acts. However, the Board has acknowledged the compelling case for a three-year strategy to address the needs of law students.
|Estimated additional costs (Cost of Attendance)**||$23,868||$23,868|
|Total estimated cost (full-time)||$49,219||$64,605|
|Total estimated cost*** (part-time)||$44,528||$57,166|
* Based on 23 credit hours in the first year. Please note that Financial Aid calculates Cost of Attendance (COA) based on 22 credits per year; thus, first-year part-time students must contact their financial aid counselor regarding aid for the additional credit.
**Includes room and board, transportation, personal expenses, loan fees, and books.
|Late Payment Fee||10%, up to $125|
|Returned Check Fee||$50|
Note: Most questions about in-state classification can be answered through Domicile Administration, which is found within the office of the GMU Registrar. This office reviews applications to reclassify an out-of-state student to in-state status, they handle most procedural questions and they provide other services associated with student status classification for tuition purposes.