Regent Law Financial Aid
Who Receives Financial Aid?
- We awarded over $4.1 million in scholarships and grants for the 2012-2013 school year.
- Over 80 percent of our students receive financial aid in the form of Regent scholarships and grants.
- Over 90 percent of our students receive assistance through other forms of aid, including loan programs.
Example of J.D. Tuition with Scholarship Budget:
|Expected Credit Hours||Cost Per Credit Hour||Total Tuition Before aid||Academic Fees||Average Award by Program||Net Cost Before Loans||Stafford Loan Eligibility||Grad PLUS Loan Potential||Potential Loan Refund (After Loan Fees)|
Estimated Living Expenses for Full-time Enrolled J.D. Student:
|Two Term (Fall/Spring)|
|Books and Supplies||$ 1,500|
|Room and Board||$10,170|
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- The tuition rate for the 2013-2014 academic year is $1,110 per credit hour ($33,300 for 30 credit hours) for the J.D. program.
- Tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year is $34,410 for first-year, full-time students (31 credit hours), $47,535 for first year, Two-Year Accelerated J.D. (43 credits), $25,530 for first-year, part-time students (23 credit hours) for the J.D. program.
- Fees for the 2013-2014 academic year for off-campus students are $760 (including technology $420, parking $200, Student Bar Association $100, COGS $40); on-campus students have an additional $50 for a health service fee totaling $810.
- Click here for the estimated Cost of Attendance for 2013-2014.
- Add/Drop: For the 2013-2014 academic year, in order to receive 100% refund of tuition, a student must drop the class for which the tuition has been assessed by the end of the first week of class. A 50% refund will be available through the end of the second week of classes.
- Refunds: If students request loan money to cover the cost of living, then the refund will be sent either through Direct Deposit or mailed the Thursday following the conclusion of the 100% Add/Drop period, approximately 10 days after the start of classes. The projected refund dates for 2013-2014 are as follows: Fall 2013, August 29, 2013; Spring 2014, January 16, 2014; and Summer 2014, May 15, 2014. For additional information please visit: http://www.regent.edu/admin/finaid/refund.cfm.
- Regent Law Scholarships & Grants (learn more)
- University-wide Scholarships and Grants (learn more)
- Federal Student Loans
Federal Student Loans (Stafford and Graduate PLUS ) are applicable toward the entire cost of attendance.
- Stafford Loans have an annual limit of $20,500 (unsubsidized).
- Graduate PLUS Loans usually cover the remaining cost-of-attendance after other aid (Stafford Loans, scholarships, and grants) is applied.
- A FAFSA is required for all federal student loans. Regent University's Code is 030913.
- The 2013-2014 FAFSA is available as of January 1, 2013. All federal and private loans are facilitated through the Central Financial Aid Office.
- New students are encouraged to submit a FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1 and should not wait for an admission decision.
- No financial commitment is made until loan funds are disbursed to the university in mid-August.