February 24, 2011
Three Law Schools Freeze TuitionNational Law Journal, Three Law Schools Freeze Tuition Rates:
Annual law school tuition increases of between 3% and 10% are usually a given, but at least three schools have announced tuition freezes for the coming academic year.
The University of Miami School of Law froze tuition this year and will again keep tuition the same at $37,418 for all current students next academic year. Incoming students will pay an additional $1,500 in tuition.
- Ave Maria ($35,948)
- Maryland ($23,744 in-state; $35,023 out-of-state)
- New Hampshire ($39,900)
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Akin to Obama's freeze on discretionary spending.
Let's all applaud a "freeze" at absurd, utterly unjustifiable levels.
Definitely worthy of a golf clap and the finger.
Posted by: cas127 | Feb 26, 2011 4:59:56 PM