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Cost of Attendance

Tuition and fees are combined with expected living expenses to create a standard cost of attendance. A cost of attendance is also referred to as a budget. A student's financial aid in an academic year may not exceed the cost of attendance. Financial aid includes merit-based aid, loans, outside scholarships, and grants.

The charts below provide a breakdown of the 2018-19 Cost of Attendance based on program for fall/spring enrollment.

2018-2019 Cost of Attendance:

LLM and Dual Degree JD Programs will have a COA calculated based on the following components and expected per credit enrollment for fall/spring. Tuition is charged on a per credits basis and is $1,578/credit for JD/LLM classes.

Component Off Campus Commuter (Living With)  
Books $155 per course $155 per course
Room & Board* $12,312 $4,500
Personal Expense $3,366 $3,582
Transportation $2,916 $3,105
Fees** $230 $230
Loan Fees*** $1,395 $1,395

*The Delaware Campus has residence halls for graduate students.
**Fees include: Student Activity fee, Graduate Technology fee and Examsoft fee
***These fees apply only to students receiving financial aid loans.

Additionally, all international students are required to purchase the University medical insurance which averages $1,720.

Dependent Costs

If you plan to bring a spouse and/or children, there are additional amounts that you must show. Note that F-2 dependents cannot work.

Component Spouse per Child
Living Expenses $6,090 $4,060
Medical Insurance* $3,619 $2,320
TOTAL $9,709 $6,380

*  The amounts listed are the prices for purchasing the University medical insurance for dependents. Students are not required to purchase the University insurance for their family members, but it is strongly advised that students provide comprehensive medical coverage for their family members. Therefore, the cost is included in the overall amount required for dependents.

In addition to tuition costs, students must have money to cover living expenses such as rent, food, books, health insurance, and other costs, and fund their travel to Delaware. We recommend that students budget $50,000 if they wish to complete the program in one academic year.

Scholarships are available.

Individual budgets may be altered to account for unusual or emergency situations that a student may encounter. These adjustments can only be made for expenses necessary for the student’s education. The student must fully document (copies of bills and detailed budget plan) any request for an increase in expenses.