- Apply For Free
- Visit Us
- Two-Year J.D. Program
- Application Process: J.D.
- Application Process: LL.M. & M.S.L.
- Tuition and Costs: J.D. Program
- Tuition and Costs: LL.M. & M.S.L.
- Financial Aid
- Scholarships and Grants
- Federal Loans & Alternatives
- Loan Refund Changes
- Loan Information for Current Students
- Graduate Students Financial Aid
- Transfer Students
- Visiting Students
- Admitted Students
- Housing Information
- Commitment to Diversity
- Request Information
Making Your Financial Commitment Worth It
There is no doubt that law school is a commitment, personally as well as financially. But without committed people, the world would not have advocates to fight for justice and equality.
Our Two-Year J.D. Program enables you to obtain your law degree in two calendar years, saving one year of borrowing for living expenses. The School of Law offers scholarships based on merit, personal background and social justice involvement. You will also enjoy a low cost of living in the vibrant Dayton region.
No matter if you start in the summer or the fall, or choose our two-year or traditional three-year option, the value of a University of Dayton School of Law degree is apparent through our programs, curriculum, supportive alumni network and dedicated faculty.
In an effort to encourage you to devote your full attention to the rigors of the first year of law school, UDSL policy prohibits employment during the first year (with the exception of holiday and summer breaks). After your first year, you may pursue part-time employment to help with tuition and other costs.
If you need assistance with the financial aid process, answers to questions about University scholarships, bar study loans and general financial aid questions, please contact: School of Law Phone: 937-229-3555
Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
112 Keller Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469-2760
If you need assistance with the financial aid process, answers to questions about University scholarships, bar study loans and general financial aid questions, please contact:
School of Law