Students on the Law Library patio in the summer.
Summer 2019: Tuition & Fees

Summer Term courses are paid on a per-credit basis for in-state and out-of-state students.

The course fees are:

  • a one-time $30 technology fee
  • $1,064 per credit for JD and non-current law students
  • $1,190 per credit for U.S. Legal Studies LLM students, Energy & Environmental Law LLM students, and Human Rights LLM students
  • $1,326 per credit for Insurance LLM students

Payment for Summer Session I is due by May 17, 2019. Payment for Summer Session II is June 28, 2019.

Payment Methods

The University offers a number of payment options. Please visit the Law School's student portal for more information on payment options and for a link to the University's website for more payment information.

Course Fee Refund Schedule

Refund rates:​

  • Summer Session I

    • Session Start Date: Monday, May 20, 2019 - Last Day to Drop & Receive full refund (100%), Friday, May 24, 2019.

    • No refund for courses dropped after Friday, May 24, 2019.

  • Summer Session II

    • Session Start Date:  Monday, July 1, 2019 - Last Day to Drop & Receive full refund (100%), Friday, July 5, 2019.

    • No refund for courses dropped after Friday, July 5, 2019.

Please note that these rules apply to the refund of fees; course add/drop deadlines may differ.

Summer Financial Aid

All students seeking summer financial aid for the summer must complete a UConn School of Law Summer 2019 Financial Aid Application.

Students may have Federal Direct Student Loans eligibility if they are enrolled in at least 6 credits. Students seeking federal loans should ensure that they have already completed a 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) under school code E00387.

For students enrolled in less-than-6 credits, private/alternative student loans may be available. For ideas, see ELMSelect. UConn will certify a loan from any lender.

Tuition Scholarships are not available for the summer term, as students are charged fees for the summer sessions.

Financial aid cannot exceed cost of attendance. Limitations on estimated indirect expenses may apply to student enrolled for less than 6 credits. Contact Student Finance for additional information.


For more information on tuition and fee waivers, please visit the "waivers" tab in the Student Life & Resources section on Tuition & Fees.