Tuition and Expenses
Tuition for the LL.M. in Environmental & Land Use Law Program for the 2014-2015 academic year is $741.03 per credit for Florida residents and $1,294.52 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 $16,170.00 per year, as follows:
Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes Eligibility
Living in or attending school in Florida will not, in itself, establish legal residence. Students who depend on out-of-state parents for support are presumed to be legal residents of the same state as their parents. Residence for tuition purpose requires the establishment of legal ties to the state of Florida. Students must verify that they have broken ties to other states if the student or, in the case for dependent students, his or her parent, has moved from another state.
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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
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.