Tuition and Financial Aid – BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School

Tuition and Financial Aid

The tuition at BYU Law School is among the lowest in the nation because more than 50 percent of the cost of operating the Law School is paid from the contributions of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All students benefit from this support. Tuition for LDS students is lower than for non-LDS students because of these contributions. Below are the costs of attendance for the 2018-2019 school year.

 

2018-2019 Cost of Attendance
LDS Tuition $13,060
Non-LDS Tuition $26,120
Books & Supplies $1,864
Room & Board $12,720
Personal Expenses $3,684
Transportation $2,864
Loan Fees $204

 

 

 

Student Loans

The Federal Stafford Loan and Grad Plus Programs enable students to borrow funds up to the cost of attendance to finance their legal education. For more information about loans for Law students, visit the Financial Aid Office website.

If you have specific questions about loans, you can send in your question through YMessage, or you can schedule an appointment to meet with an Enrollment Services Counselor by calling 801-422-7075.

 

Scholarships

For additional information on law school scholarships, click here.