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Tuition and Fees

Pursuing a law degree is an investment in your future. Delaware Law strives to make that investment manageable with generous merit based scholarships, federal loans, and work study.

Our Financial Aid staff is available to discuss options on how to finance your legal education.

Tuition and Fees*

Class Division Number of Credits Tuition Fees
Fall, 2017 1st Yr JD Regular (full-time) 32 48,800.00 180
2nd Yr JD Regular (full-time) 30 45,750.00 180
3rd Yr JD Regular (full-time) 28 42,700.00 180
Fall, 2017 1st Yr JD Extended (part-time) 24 36,600.00 180
2nd, 3rd, 4th Yr JD Extended (part-time) 22 33,550.00 180

*Tuition is charged on a per credit basis at $1525.00 per credit for the 2017-2018 academic year. Your tuition will be determined by your class and division.

 
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Types of Financial Aid

Find the complete listing of all Delaware Law School tuition charges and fees in the Delaware Law School Tuition Rate and Payment Guide document on the Bursar's Office CampusCruiser site.

 

Renewable Scholarships

Academic, Merit Based Scholarships

$5,000 -$35,000

Awarded to first year students

Affordable Housing

On Campus Housing Available

Over $5 million

Awarded in institutional scholarships & grants

2016-2017 Academic Year

 
 

The First Year Matters and our innovative approach sets us apart.

The first year of your legal education is among the most important as you are being exposed to a new way of thinking. It is in the first year that you will start to learn the substance and skills you will need to be successful lawyers. Our first year curriculum is innovative and supportive. In addition to the basic substantive courses in your first semester, you will also be introduced to the fundamentals of legal writing, analysis, and research. We also provide a one credit class - what we call a “learning lab” - to help you become successful students. In the second semester, rather than taking a large number of courses at once, you will follow a module approach for some courses. This approach supports your learning by limiting the number of different subject areas you study at any one time. Other courses will be taught over the entire spring semester, giving you the best of both worlds. And, because experiential learning is so important, the second semester includes an “experiential lab” exposing you to lawyering skills right from the start. We believe this first year curriculum provides a very strong foundation to your success in legal education.

Bursar's Office

Email: DelawareLawBursar@mail.widener.edu  

Phone: 302.477.2181