Paul L. Caron

Saturday, May 25, 2019

University Of Hawaii Law School Freezes Tuition ($22,392 Resident, $45,186 Non-Resident) For Five Years

Hawaii Logo (2019)Freeze Means UH Law School Tuition Stays The Same For Five Years - Through 2022-23:

UH Law School tuition levels for the current year — 2018-19 — will be unchanged next year, and for the three years following that: 2019-20 through 2022-23. Because tuition at the William R. Richardson School Law remained the same this year as it was last year, current and future Richardson Law students now can enter and graduate without facing any tuition hike.

“This is a tremendous benefit for anyone beginning to think seriously of applying to our rigorous yet uniquely supportive Law School,” said Dean Avi Soifer. “It is also greatly beneficial for students who are already enrolled, and those planning to apply for this fall before the July 1 application deadline.”

Admissions Director Elisabeth Steele Hutchison noted that last year Richardson welcomed its second largest class ever, which included students admitted based on their GRE® General test scores rather than LSAT scores. The UH Law School was among the first to do so, and currently almost 40 law schools across the country have followed. ...

The current tuition per semester at Richardson for Hawai’i residents is $11,196, and $22,908 per semester for nonresidents. Those levels will stay the same through 2022-23.

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Its great news for the students

Posted by: Collins Keraka | May 26, 2019 10:30:31 PM