Tuition & Financial Aid
Paying for Law School
The University of Idaho College of Law has been named a Best Value Law School by "preLaw Magazine." We offer one of the most affordable law programs in the nation with a strong return through career opportunities. Idaho residents can expect to pay less than half of what they would pay at most other schools – public or private – in the region. For students from outside Idaho, our non-resident tuition is significantly lower than schools in surrounding states.
2017-2018 Academic Year
|Idaho Residents||Non-Idaho Residents|
|Full-time Student Fees/Tuition||$19,748||$36,072|
|Room & Board||$10,188||$10,188|
|Books & Supplies (estimated)||$1,292||$1,292|
|Subtotal: Base Costs||$31,228||$47,552|
|Miscellaneous & Personal (estimated)||$3,904||$3,904|
*For complete explanation of costs, visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.
Federal financial aid is available through the University of Idaho Office of Student Financial Aid Services to qualified students in the form of Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Student Loans and Graduate Plus Loans.
To apply, complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The FAFSA should be completed, loans accepted and promissory notes signed by August 1 to assure the availability of funds at the beginning of the fall semester.
College of Law Scholarships
The College of Law awards a number of scholarships to incoming students. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic ability and professional promise. Applicants are considered for a College of Law scholarship at the time of determining admission and, if selected to receive a scholarship, will have that indicated on the Letter of Acceptance. Limited scholarships for continuing students may be available based on academic achievement. With very few exceptions, most scholarships are renewable for up to three (3) years, as long as the student maintains a 2.7 or higher GPA at the end of each spring semester.
|Year||Students Entering with Conditional Scholarships||Students Whose Conditional Scholarships Have Since Been Reduced or Eliminated|
|2016 - 2017||75||21|
|2015 - 2016||57||21|
|2014 - 2015||66