Cost of Attendance
Listed below are costs associated with attending Syracuse University College of Law in the 2019-2020 academic year. Tuition and fees are directly billed; personal expenses such as books, housing, and meals vary from student to student. To project your own expenses for the academic year, we encourage you to use our Budget Calculator.
|Housing (Rent + Utilities for nine months)||$10,121|
|Meals (Grocery expenses for nine months)||$3,835|
|Avg. Federal Loan Fees||$1,261|
Budget Worksheets are available to download for our programs:
Students are able to submit documentation/proof of purchase to increase their annual budget for the following relevant educational expenses not traditionally included in the Cost of Attendance:
Syracuse University College of Law students are required to own a personal laptop computer and to keep it in good working order. Students often use laptops in the classroom, to take exams, and to use AirOrangeX, Syracuse University's wireless network.
You are not required to purchase a new computer if it meets our minimum specifications. However, if you do purchase a new computer and want to utilize federal student loan eligibility to help pay for it, you may submit the Cost of Attendance Adjustment Request for Laptop Purchase [PDF] to firstname.lastname@example.org with receipts (proof of purchase) to document the cost you incurred to purchase a laptop computer for your legal studies. The maximum budget adjustment for a computer purchase is $1,700. Students may only request a computer budget adjustment once during their studies at Syracuse.
Syracuse University requires all full-time students to carry some form of ACA-compliant health insurance. If you need to purchase health insurance (either through the university-sponsored plan or on your own), the cost of the policy may be included in your cost of attendance so that you may utilize federal student loan eligibility to help pay for your health insurance.
To request a budget adjustment, you may submit the Cost of Attendance Adjustment Request for Student Health Insurance [PDF] to email@example.com.
If you have questions about the Syracuse University Health Insurance Policy and Plan, please contact the Student Health Insurance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 315.443.9019.
We understand that every student's financial situation is unique. The Financial Aid office will work with you if you have educational expenses that are different from the standard amounts listed in the cost of attendance.
Please contact us at email@example.com or call 315.443.1962 for help on calculating a reasonable budget and keeping your student loan debt manageable.