Financial Aid

Except for merit scholarships, financial aid is in the form of student loans. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the sole application used. US citizens and eligible non-citizens may apply. Need is defined as the cost of attendance, less student contribution as calculated by FAFSA, less merit scholarship. Need is then met in a financial aid package consisting of Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans and student's option of either GradPLUS or alternative loans.

Scholarships

Merit scholarships are awarded to 1) full-time entering first-year students based on their LSAT score and then undergraduate GPA and 2) second-year students, full-time and part-time, who achieved cum laude, magna cum laude, or summa cum laude at the end of the first year at NSU Law Center. Cum laude starts at 3.20 GPA, magna cum laude starts at 3.40 GPA, and summa cum laude starts at 3.60 GPA.

 

2010

2011

2012

# 1Ls enrolled
with scholarship

 

59

 

41

 

120

# 2Ls gaining scholarship
based on first year grades

 

28

 

20

 

#2Ls retaining scholarship

43

30

 

% retaining scholarship

73%

73%

 

 

Refunds

If a returning student withdraws from all classes after classes have begun, but before drop/add has ended, tuition is refunded. If a student withdraws from all classes after drop/add has ended, tuition will be refunded according to the following schedule:

  • 1. Withdrawal within 5 business days from the end of drop/add, 25% of tuition is retained by the Law Center.
  • 2. Withdrawal within 10 business days from the end of drop/add, 50% of tuition is retained by the Law Center.
  • 3. Withdrawal within 15 business days from the end of drop/add, 75% of tuition is retained by the Law Center.
  • 4. Withdrawal on or after 15 business days from the end of drop/add, 100% of tuition is retained by the Law Center.
For Intensive Trial Advocacy, all portions of the tuition for this special class are nonrefundable. For International Programs, contact International Programs for exact policy.

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