Tuition, Fees and Living Costs
School of Law, Academic Year 2013-2014
| FULL-TIME DAY DIVISION
|PART-TIME EVENING DIVISION
|LAW SCHOOL FEE||
|MASTER OF LAWS TUITION
(LL.M. for Foreign Lawyers)
Fees and Housing Costs May Apply
*Duquesne University reserves the right to change the tuition and fees herein stated at any time without notice.*
Registration is not complete until all requested forms, including official transcripts and photo, have been submitted and tuition fees paid or satisfactory financial agreements have been made for the payment of tuition and fees.
The financial obligation for places reserved by a registered student who does not subsequently attend cannot be canceled unless a written (typed) notification of the decision not to attend is given to the Law School Registrar before the first day of classes. Notification received on or after the opening day of classes is subject to the official withdrawal policy.
When officially withdrawing from the Duquesne University School of Law on or after the first class day of the semester, a student receives a refund of part of the tuition charged for the semester in accordance with the refund schedule as published in the School of Law Academic Bulletin. The effective date of withdrawal for determining the percentage of refund will be the date of notification in writing (typed) to the Academic Status Committee, c/o Associate Dean. The letter or form must be delivered to the Law School Registrar. This will also be the recorded date of the student’s withdrawal from the Law School. A student is considered enrolled until he or she gives official notice of withdrawal.
Other fees include: Special or Deferred Examination Fee of $50 payable in advance of authorized special examinations, and Graduation Fee of $150.
Part-time Day Division Tuition is $1,323 per credit.
Access the direct link to DORI. Click the Self-Service Banner tab to navigate to student account information. Current students can also access the Student Accounts Office page for information related to ebilling and the collection of accounts.