Cost of Attendance

UConn School of Law is proud to offer excellent programs at an affordable cost. Students benefit from our reasonable per-credit tuition rates, among the lowest for an LLM program in the country.

Tuition and fees are set annually by the University of Connecticut.  Students pay on a per-credit basis and the costs per credit is: 

  • $1,215 per credit for Energy & Environmental Law; Human Rights & Social Justice Law; U.S. Legal Studies
  • $1,326 per credit for Insurance Law
LLM Cost of Attendance

For the 2020-2021 Academic Year Costs of Attendance Fees are set forth below:

LLM in Insurance Law All Students
Tuition per year (full time student) $31,824 ($1,326 per credit)
Fees* $1,634
Books $1,532
Room & Board $12,402
Misc. $3,140
Health Insurance** $3,198
Transportation $2,188
Total $55,918
All Other LLM All Students
Tuition per year (full time student) $29,160 ($1,215 per credit)
Fees* $1,634
Books $1,532
Room & Board $12,402
Misc. $3,140
Health Insurance** $3,198
Transportation $2,188
Total $53,254

*Includes Visa Compliance Fee for international students requiring a visa
 

Scholarships

Students who apply to UConn Law may be considered for two types of merit-based scholarships in the form of  Dean's Scholarship for any program and the Anthony Smits Scholarship for students in the U.S. Legal Studies LLM program.  

Each semester there is also a merit-based application process for all students who will exceed the required 24 credits in pursuit of a dual-degree or a specialized program

International Students

International students (all programs) who are on F-1 visas sponsored by the University of Connecticut must visit the ISSS website on Financial Requirements for important information on financial declarations and cost of attendance for international students.