Financial information

Program expenses

Graduate degree programs entering law budget for 2018-2019 (non-resident)

Degree

Tuition & Fees

Room & Board 1

Health Insurance

Miscellaneous Expenses

Total

LLM
(24 credit hours)

$44,949

$10,668

$1,767

$2,173

$59,557

LLM Thesis 
(30 credit hours)

$55,749

$10,668

$1,767

$2,173

$70,357

MCL
(20 credit hours)


$37,749

$10,668

$1,767

$2,173

$52,357

SJD
(30 credit hours)

$55,749

$10,668

$1,767

$2,173

$70,357 2

Fees are subject to change. See the website of the Office of the Bursar for the current rates.

1Off-campus shared apartment for one year.
2Estimate covers first year of program only and is based on enrollment in 30 credit hours over two semesters.

An Indiana Law graduate degree: top-ranked, yet affordable

We recognize the financial burden that completing a US law program can create. Because of our low tuition rates and the very affordable cost of living in our wonderful city of Bloomington, at Indiana Law you get a top-tier law program without the top-tier cost.

Using Indiana Law and other top-tier US law schools as the example, it is very clear that we not only offer a degree that will be globally recognized and respected by employers and other universities alike, but we do so at the lowest cost:

Compare the cost of an Indiana Law degree with that of other schools
School

Tuition + Cost of Living

IU Maurer School of Law $59,557
Ohio State University 69,202
Arizona State University 73,808
Univ. of California – Davis 74,236
Boston University 76,894
Washington University St. Louis 80,533
Emory University 81,204
University of Southern California 88,083
Fordham University 91,387
Georgetown University 93,528
  • Indiana Law total estimated LLM program cost: $59,557 (non-resident rates), including tuition, fees, room and board, health insurance, and other fees.
  • Even with large scholarships from other programs, Indiana Law is often less expensive.
  • All applications received by Feb. 1st are automatically considered for scholarships.

Financial documentation requirement

Financial documentation is only required of admitted international applicants and is not a factor in admissions decisions. You can learn more about financial documentation on the website for the Office of International Services. U.S. immigration regulations require applicants to demonstrate that they will have sufficient funds to cover expenses for a 12-month period. Proof of funds usually includes bank statements or scholarship letters. Funds should be liquid. All documents should be current; documents older than one year from the time of the student’s intended enrollment cannot be accepted. To avoid delays in receiving the supporting documents for your visa (I-20 or DS-2019), we recommend that you submit the financial documentation immediately after you are admitted.