Tuition and Estimated Costs for 2018-19

The following table shows the estimated costs for full-time and part-time students at Scalia Law School for the 2018-19 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.

FULL TIME In-State Out-of-State
Tuition per year $22,701 $38,087
Student Fee per year $2,653 $2,653
Total Tuition & Fees per year $25,354 $40,740
Estimated additional costs (Cost of Attendance)** $26,050 $26,050
Total estimated cost $51,184 $66,570
PART TIME *** In-State Out-of-State
Tuition per credit hour $801.75 $1,360.25
Student Fee per credit hour $94.75 $94.75
Total Tuition & Fees per year* $20,826.50 $33,465
Estimated additional costs (Cost of Attendance)** $26,050 $26,050
Total estimated cost $46,656.50 $59,295

* Based on 23 credit hours in the first year.

**Includes room and board, transportation, personal expenses, loan fees, and books. Cost will vary depending upon student's living arrangement.

*** Juris Master (JM) Degree Program is only available Part Time.

Information about tuition and fee structures, paying your bill, setting up a payment plan, and more are handled by the Student Accounts Office.

To apply for in-state tuition, please complete and submit the Application for Virginia In-State Tuition Rates.

Note: Most questions about in-state classification can be answered through Domicile Administration, which is found within the Office of the 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.