Tuition & Financial Aid
Q: What is the tuition for the 2013-2014 school year?
A: For the most up-to-date information, click here.
Q: Does Touro Law offer any scholarships?
A: Yes. All applicants are considered automatically for scholarships, and more than 60% of entering students receive awards. Submitting an application for admission as early as possible is strongly recommended for optimum scholarship award consideration.
Q: What sort of financial aid is available?
A: The Law Center maintains a generous scholarship program, designed to recognize and reward exceptional academic achievement and potential. In addition, a variety of student loan programs are available to help students defray educational and living expenses.
Q: Are loans sufficient to cover the entire cost of attending law school?
A: Yes. Even if you are not awarded a scholarship, a combination of federal and private loans should be adequate to cover all the expenses (tuition, fees, room and board, books, etc.) of attending the Law Center.
Q: Which form is required to apply for financial aid?
A: The Law Center requires the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form for all federal and institutional aid programs. The FAFSA form is a prerequisite for applying for the specific loan programs. This form should be filed between January 1 and June 1. Early filing alleviates problems related to financing your education.
Q: What is Touro Law Center's code for the FAFSA form?
A: Touro Law's FAFSA code is 010142