Tuition & Fees
(Effective as of Spring Semester 2016)
Application fee $60.00
Tuition $1,357.00 per credit hour1
Admission Deposit $700.00
Audited Courses $678.50 per credit
Late Enrollment Fees (SS16)
December 2, 2015 - January 10, 2016 ($50.00)
January 11, 2016 - March 1, 2016 ($100.00)
March 2, 2016 - May 13, 2016 ($200.00)
Late Payment Fee2 $25.00
Installment Payment Fee $10.00
If you defer tuition and any related charges, you will be assessed a finance charge of 7.9% per year on any unpaid balance. However, there is no finance charge assessed on unpaid housing charges.
COGS (Council of Graduate Students) Tax $9.25/semester (Fall/Spring)
State News Tax $5.00
RWA Lab Fee $200.00
(charged to students taking RWA I)
All of the charges above are subject to change without notice.
The application, seat deposit and late registration fees are not refundable under any circumstances.
Spring 2016 Semester
100% Refund through January 24, 2016.
No Refund on or after January 25, 2016.
Withdrawals with FEDERAL AID
Students with Federal Aid that withdraw from school are subject to a special calculation of the amount of Federal Aid that the school must return to the lender.
During the first 60% of an enrollment period, the school must return a Pro Rata amount of the student Federal Aid to the lender. If the student withdraws after 60% of the payment period or period of enrollment, no monies will be returned to the lender.
The Financial Aid Office will return any funds not earned to the appropriate lender and a new Financial Aid Award Letter will be mailed to the student. The Accounting Office performs withdrawal calculations.
Students are expected to meet their financial obligations to the MSU College of Law when they are due. So long as the student is indebted to MSU Law, no transcript will be issued, no registration will be processed and no certification will be forwarded to any external organization, including Bar Admission Boards, that degree requirements have been completed.
2 Late fees are charged after payment deadlines have passed. Payment schedules.