Tuition & Fees
Tuition at Nashville School of Law for the 2018-2019 academic year is $530 per credit hour. Typical first-year students take 12 credit hours, and registration and other fees range from $500 to $2270 each year, resulting in a total cost of $7,060 for the first year at Nashville School of Law, not including books.
Each student must complete 57 credit hours to graduate, making the current total cost of a law degree from Nashville School of Law $34,180 including tuition and fees.
Students may elect to pay tuition in full at registration, or in 10 monthly installments each year.
Nashville School of Law awards more than $60,000 in need- and performance-based scholarships each year to students. Applicants can inquire about the availability of first-year scholarships by contacting the Assistant Dean for Administration Beth McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School awards tuition scholarship prizes for students who excel in the Rigorous Writing Exercise, a required two-year project that takes place during the second and third year of study.
The Nashville School of Law works closely with the Veteran’s Administration to assist students eligible for tuition benefits. For more information, contact Assistant Dean for Administration Beth McDonald at email@example.com.
Student Financial Aid
Students at Nashville School of Law are not eligible for federally backed student loans.