Understanding Your Financial Responsibilities
Pursuit of a legal education will require a significant investment of your various resources – including both time and money. We want to provide you information to help you understand the financial investment that is required of you as a CWRU Law Student.
In addition to the information presented here, our admissions officers can assist you with general questions regarding financial matters. Also, our law school has a special office which assists both enrolled and prospective students in understanding and managing the financial responsibilities of being a law student, including the process of applying for student loans.
Please feel free to contact the Law Student Financial Services Office if you have any questions regarding finances that are not answered in these pages.
CWRU Law Student Financial Services Office
Phone: 216-368-3602 or (toll-free) 1-877-889-4279
COST OF A LEGAL EDUCATION AT CASE WESTERN RESERVE LAW SCHOOL
The costs indicated here are for the 2016-2017 school year.
|Costs Paid Directly to Case
|Tuition per credit hour
||$2,066 per credit hour
|Student Activities Fee
|Graduate Student Council Fee (estimated)
|Health Insurance (estimated, will vary)
|Associated Costs Paid to Others
|Books and supplies (estimated, will vary)
|Living Expenses (estimated, will vary)
All students, whether they live on or off campus, may choose to participate in a university meal plan. In 2016–2017 meal plans start at $3510 per year (estimated, will vary).
Parking and Transportation
Student parking permits range in cost, depending on the location of the assigned lot. Free shuttle busses operate day and night on a regular schedule around the campus. For more information about transportation, visit Access Services.
Tuition Refund Policy
Student billing transactions are handled by the University Controller's office. To view tuition refund policies, visit the University Registrar.