Tuition & Expenses
The “cost of attendance” budget set by the school includes tuition, books, and living expenses. The information listed below should help as you develop your budget for the upcoming school year. It also determines the maximum amount of financial aid students may receive during their period of enrollment.
Tuition for the LL.M. in Environmental & Land Use Law Program for the 2013-2014 academic year is $739.37 per credit for Florida residents and $1,384.86 per credit for non-residents.
Although expenses can vary considerably, the College of Law estimates that students can anticipate expenses in addition to tuition of about $16,640.00 per year, as follows:
A variety of loans, including Federal Direct Loans, may be available. Loans must be applied for annually using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA). Our school code is 001535. Early application is encouraged to allow adequate processing time before the start of a term. For loan information go to http://www.law.ufl.edu/student-affairs/current-students/financial-aid.
If students are not eligible for federal loans or choose not to apply for Federal loans they may be eligible to apply for an Alternative Loan.
Academic Common Market
The Academic Common Market allows a student to enroll in an undergraduate or graduate program at a university in another state without having to pay out-of-state tuition if that program of study is not offered by the public institutions in the student’s home state.
You may be eligible to apply for Academic Common Market status if:
- Are a resident of one of the 16 Southern Regional Education Board member states.
- Select a program eligible for residents of your home state.
- Complete the admission process at the institution offering the eligible Academic Common Market program.
- Are certified as a resident of your home state by contacting the ACM coordinator for your state of residence.
To read more about the Academic Common Market visit ACM online.