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Admissions & Financial Aid

 


Questions?

Contact Nicky Fornarotto in the financial aid office, Room 229, at 973-353-1702 or nfornarotto@kinoy.rutgers.edu


Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Student Fees for 2013-2014 

 Full-Time StudentsPart-Time Students
Tuition$22,746/NJ Resident

$34,478/non-resident
$948/credit (8 credits Fall/8 credits Spring = $15,168 NJ resident)

$1,437/credit (8 credits Fall/8 credits Spring = $22,992 non-resident)
Fees$2,733$1,433
Books$1,550$775
Health Insurance $1,477  



Cost of Attendance for 2013-2014
 

Cost of Attendance (student budget) includes the projected amount of funding you’ll need to cover tuition, student fee and book expenses, as well as the cost of housing, food, travel, and other miscellaneous items. Cost of Attendance is established by the university each academic year; it is based on typical expenses for this geographic region and is intended to cover expenses for the nine-month academic year (August – May). Students will be able to apply for funding up to this budgeted amount. The projected 2013-2014 law school budgets are listed below:

    Full-Time Students Part-Time Students*
  NJ Residents   $34,750 - Living with parents

  $43,600 - On Campus

  $48,840 - Off Campus
 $22,904 - Living with parents

 $32,284 - On Campus

 $36,994 - Off Campus
  Non-Residents  $46,830 - Living with parents

  $55,690 - On Campus

  $60,930 - Off Campus
 $30,956 - Living with parents

 $40,346 - On Campus

 $45,056 - Off Campus

 
* Please note, the cost of the required two-credit LRW summer course for first-year evening students is not included in these budgets; summer budgets are handled separately.


General Refund Policy


A student who voluntarily withdraws during the first six weeks of a semester will receive a partial refund of tuition on the following sliding scale:

Week of WithdrawalPercent of Refund
  1st Week  80%
  2nd Week  80%
  3rd Week  60%
  4th Week  60%
  5th Week  40%
  6th Week  40%
  Thereafter  0%


The effective withdrawal date is that date on which a written statement of withdrawal is received by the Registrar. No part of the student fee is refunded. The weeks as shown above are calculated from the day classes begin. No tuition is refunded to students suspended or dismissed for disciplinary reasons.

It should be noted that once classes have begun, students receiving financial aid must complete more than 60 percent of the semester or they may be required to repay all or part of the financial aid disbursed to them for the semester.