Tuition/Cost of Attendance
Tuition and Fees
The average Notre Dame Law School Student Budget for the 2016-2017 academic year includes:
|Room and Board:||$9,900|
|Books and Supplies:||$1,700|
Actual costs vary based on housing accommodations, travel costs, and personal expenses. Annual increases in the cost of a Notre Dame education are anticipated.
The University’s Office of Student Financial Aid, in accordance with federal guidelines, annually develops a Student Budget (above) that details the annual total cost of attendance for our students. The Student Budget reflects the maximum amount of money an independent, full-time student, living a modest lifestyle, should need during the regular academic year. It is intended to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and living expenses. Important Note: The Student Budget represents the maximum amount of financial assistance a student may be awarded for the academic year (total of all grants, scholarships, loans, and on-campus employment). Those with higher-than-normal expenses may request a review of the living expenses portion of the Student Budget from the Office of Student Financial Aid. Such request will be considered on a case-by-case basis in accordance with federal guidelines.
South Bend is a highly affordable place to live. Many students can live here for less than the maximum cost of attendance listed above. We encourage you to spend and borrow wisely. Creating a budget now can help you understand where you’re spending money and identify ways you can save.