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Toledo Law lowers tuition for 2015-16

The University of Toledo College of Law is cutting its in-state tuition from $20,579 to $17,900 for the academic year starting fall 2015. Tuition for out-of-state students next year also will drop – to $29,449.

The tuition reduction, approved unanimously by The University of Toledo Board of Trustees on Sept. 15, makes Toledo Law’s in-state tuition the lowest of any law school in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Michigan residents pay Ohio in-state tuition rates by virtue of the College’s automatic Michigan Resident Scholarship Guarantee.

The tuition decrease benefits all students who are enrolled at Toledo Law in the 2015-16 academic year, whether they are new or continuing, full-time or part-time.

“We want to make legal education more affordable and accessible,” said Daniel J. Steinbock, dean of the College of Law. “Students are rightfully price-conscious, and lower tuition helps make law school a better investment. At Toledo Law, you can obtain a nationally-ranked legal education without incurring a mountain of debt.” Merit scholarships are also available for tuition, further reducing the cost of attendance.

Other recent initiatives at Toledo Law include enhanced opportunities for experiential learning during all three years and more emphasis on joint degree programs such as the JD/MBA and new JD/MD. Toledo Law last year enjoyed increases in its national rankings and its employment outcomes for recent graduates.

Total tuition and fees at Toledo Law for 2015-16 are expected to be $19,526 for Ohio and Michigan residents and $31,074 for out-of-state students. Applying to Toledo Law is free, and applications currently are being accepted online for fall 2015.


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