Financial Aid & Scholarships
Legal education is an investment in your future. It requires careful planning and management of financial resources and lifestyle choices. Cumberland School of Law recognizes the rising costs of legal education and makes every effort to manage costs and to ensure students receive high quality legal education.
The law school's tuition remains competitive with other private law schools in the region. Full-time tuition for the 2012–13 academic year is $35,876. Tuition for the flex-time program is $1,177 per hour. Other expenses associated with the cost of attendance are listed in the Student Budget. Samford University charges a technology fee to assist with technology upgrades across the campus. The technology fee for spring and fall terms will be $135/term. In addition, the summer activity fee is $35/term.
Tuition for 2012 entering first year summer coursework is $5,665. Tuition for upper-level students is $1,133 per credit hour.
Samford University's Financial Aid Office is committed to helping students make informed decisions as they review and discuss various financing options available for legal education.
Approximately 80 percent of Cumberland School of Law students receive some form of financial aid. Most students finance their education with federal and private loans.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid or “FAFSA” form: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/#
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