Your cost of attendance and financial aid are based on the typical enrollment in your program:
- Day JD students and most LLM and Masters students: 12-15 credits
- Evening JD students: 8-11 credits
- Part-time MSLA students: 4-7 credits
We verify your enrollment at the end of the 100% add/drop period each semester. If you are enrolled for less or more credits than listed above--or you are enrolled for both semester and quarter credits--you may need to have your cost of attendance and financial aid adjusted. If you are enrolled in less credits than anticipated, your financial aid refund may be too large and DU will bill you for the overpayment after the end of the add/drop period. If you are enrolled in more credits than anticipated, you will receive a smaller refund to use for living expenses (if you plan on borrowing for those).
You can revise your cost of attendance by completing a Enrollment Adjustment Form and indicating your intended enrollment in the "Standard Enrollment Adjustment" or "Dual-Degree Enrollment" sections.
Reviewing Your Cost of Attendance
Not sure which student budget you have? You can verify it through PioneerWeb. After logging in:
- Go to the Law Student tab
- Click on "Financial Aid Status" in the Financial Aid Requirements box
For the 2016-17 academic year, the standard cost of attendance is:
- $68,806 for enrollment in 12-15 credits per term
- $54,378 for enrollment in 8-11 credits per term
- $41,970 for enrollment in 4-7 credits per term