Tuition and Housing


Many of our students receive full tuition scholarships and living stipends from the Office of the Provost. For those students not applying for or not receiving a scholarship, the full tuition for the 2012-2013 academic year is $45,500. In addition to tuition, students will incur fees in the amount of $480. It should be noted that, due to increasing costs, annual increases in tuition are possible.


Most participants in the LL.M. Program live in a privately-owned apartment building within walking distance of the Law School. These apartments are fully furnished and accommodate two students per apartment. Information regarding these apartments is available here.

Students whose children accompany them to Notre Dame for the LL.M. Program may apply for accommodations in the University-owned University Village, which is located adjacent to the University and linked through a regular shuttle service. These apartments are unfurnished.

Upon admission to either program, the Center staff will assist students in securing appropriate housing.

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Apply Now for the LL.M. in International Human Rights Law

cchrrecruit2 The University of Notre Dame’s Center for Civil and Human Rights (CCHR) invites applications for its LL.M. degree program in international human rights law. The application deadline is January 15 for classes that begin in August 2014. Application information is available here.

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Jody Klontz
Center for Civil and Human Rights
Notre Dame Law School
P.O. Box 780
Notre Dame, IN 46556
P: 574.631.8555 F: 574.631.8702

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