LAW STUDENT BUDGET

Estimate Breakdown: 2024 –25 Academic Year

Updated July 2023. This estimate is based on fees for students with an admit date of fall 2013 and after. Students admitted before fall 2013 do not have to pay the Law School Students Library Fee. Additional expenses will vary depending on your housing status and personal spending.

UT reserves the right to adjust tuition charges when deemed necessary. Official fees are set by the UT Board of Trustees in June/July of each year.

Law Cost of Attendance

Key Costs*

Billed by UT or Required for Class (Books, supplies, etc.)
In State
Out of State
Tuition and Fees$20,408$39,152
Books, Course Materials, Supplies and Equipment$1,600$1,600
  • This is an estimate of what a student will spend on books for the Fall and Spring semesters.

Estimated Additional Expenses*

Not billed by UT; based on personal spending/needs
In StateOut of State
Housing and Food$16,448$16,448
  • This is an estimate of what a student will spend on housing and meals for the Fall and Spring semesters if they live in university housing. If the student lives off-campus, this item would be an estimate of cost and would not be billed by the university.
Transportation$3,706$3,706
  • This item is for budgeting purposes only and will not be billed to you.
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses
(Based on personal spending habits)
$3,042$3,042
  • This item is for budgeting purposes only and will not be billed to you.
Loan Fees$220$220
  • This is an estimate of what the average student spends in federal loan origination fee.
Total
(Key costs plus estimated additional expenses)
$45,424$64,168

*As defined by US Department of Education Federal Student Aid Guidelines.

Detailed Tuition and Fees

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