Paul L. Caron

Friday, July 10, 2015

Indiana Law School Freezes Tuition For Three Years For Entering 1L Class

Indiana (2016)Press Release:

Tuition for students entering the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in the fall of 2015 will not increase during their entire three years in Bloomington, the school has announced. "Fixed-rate tuition, along with the generous guaranteed, nonconditional scholarships our school has long offered, will enable our students to plan actively for their future," said Austen L. Parrish, dean and the James H. Rudy Professor of Law.

Tuition for Indiana residents of this year's entering class will be $30,500 per year, while for nonresidents it will be $50,500. Most students pay significantly less after scholarships and financial aid packages are considered.

In addition, under the school’s Back Home Again program, nonresident students are eligible for a guaranteed minimum annual scholarship of $20,000 if they have lived in Indiana for at least 10 years, even though they may not currently qualify as residents. Another program, the Robel Law Scholars, named after former Dean Lauren Robel and created through alumni generosity, is designed to keep the best Indiana students in Indiana by providing scholarships exceeding full tuition.

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