Financing Your Education
At Seattle University School of Law, we’re committed to helping you find the best way to fund your education and advance your career. The online MLS degree is 30 credits, 5 credits per term, and the cost is $1,247 per credit for the 2020-2021 academic year including a $65 application fee.
Application fee is waived for all students who apply to enter Fall Term 2020!
Please see 2020-2021 Cost of Attendance to review the cost of attendance breakdown for the online MLS students.
Federal Aid and Tuition Assistance
There are a number of resources available to you when evaluating how to pay for your master’s degree. Some tuition assistance programs might be available to you through your employer, external scholarships, military and veteran benefits, or federal financial aid programs.
Financial aid is determined by the need and cost of attendance. Your financial need is the difference between the cost of your education and your financial ability to pay for it. Your financial need is determined by an analysis of the information provided on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete the FAFSA as soon as possible, and make sure to contact our Student Financial Services department. The Seattle U School of Law FAFSA code 003790.
We want to help you understand your Financial Aid options, please review our Financial Aid Brochure.
Seattle University School of Law’s Student Financial Services office is committed to providing quality student-centered service and financial resources to help students pursue their education. As a student at Seattle University School of Law, you may be eligible for the following Financial Aid Programs. We also offer a payment plan through the law school.
If you have any questions, the Law Student Financial Services at Seattle University School of Law will be happy to assist. Please contact 206.398.4250 or email@example.com.
Application DeadlineNovember 30 Spring 2021 Term
Next StartJanuary 11 Spring 2021 Term
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—David Chen, JD, Affiliate faculty and Seattle University School of Law alumnus