Juris Master Online Tuition & Financial Aid
Florida State is consistently rated one of the nation's best value law schools by National Jurist magazine and is rated a "good value" by U.S. News & World Report. We are proud of our ability to provide an excellent law school education at an affordable and reasonable cost to our students.
Tuition and Fees
The 2021-22 tuition is competitively priced at $683.05 per credit for Florida residents and as low as $1,083.33, after scholarships, for non-Florida residents.
*The tuition rates quoted above include a $30 per credit distance learning fee.
Students typically take six credit hours per semester. In general, it will cost $4,098.30 per semester for Florida residents and as low as $6,499.98 per semester, after scholarships, for non-Florida residents. The total cost for the degree is $20,491.50 for Florida residents and as low as $32,500, after scholarships, for non-Florida residents.
As a Juris Master student, you have the option to finance your legal education through the Federal Direct Loan Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Specifically, these loans include the Federal Direct Stafford Loan and the Graduate Student PLUS loan (GradPLUS loan). Federal loans typically have lower interest rates, multiple repayment options, more extended repayment periods and other protections. Also, their credit requirements are less stringent than private loans. Students must be registered for at least six credit hours to be eligible for federal student loans.
For more information, please view our Juris Master Financial Aid Newsletter.
Additional Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Funding Information
- State of Florida Employee Scholarship Application
- Residency Reclassification
- Florida Department of Education Scholarship Programs for Florida Residents
- Academic Common Market
- Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards
- Pivot access through FSU's Office of Research
- Non-US Citizen Funding Opportunities
- FinAid! Lists available scholarships, financial aid sources, education tax benefits, and tips on completing a FAFSA.