As a BC Law student, you can apply for financial assistance through a variety of scholarships, loans, stipends, and work-study opportunities. Loan repayment assistance programs also help make your education more affordable.
We’re consistently among the top schools in terms of value provided—U.S. News ranks us the #1 private law school whose graduates’ salaries most outweigh debt. And our graduates’ 2017 median private sector starting salary was $180,000, over 50% higher than the national average.
All applicants are considered for Law School merit scholarships—no additional applications or forms are required. 94% of our incoming students received scholarship assistance in FY 2018.
File your FAFSA as early as October 1 to start the process. Once you are accepted we will calculate your loan eligibility.
For more details on how to apply for aid at Boston College, please see the university Student Services website.
Tuition for full-time students is $56,940. Payments are due in two equal installments. Fall semester is billed in June and due in August, and spring tuition is billed in November and due in December.
The Trustees of Boston College reserve the right to increase tuition and fees and set new fees. Any changes may be made applicable to students already enrolled in the school.
If you withdraw from classes after they begin, the portion of your tuition that can be refunded depends on the date of your withdrawal. View the tuition refund schedule >
If you would like a paper copy of the total cost of attendance, please contact the Office of Student Services at email@example.com.
|Expense||Cost per Academic Year|
Tuition & Fees
|Total Tuition & Fees||$58,668|
Living Expenses (9 Months)
|Total Living Expenses||$20,760|
|Budget for Continuing Law Student||$79,428|
|I.D. Card Fee||$45|
|Budget for Incoming Law Student||$79,473|
“The Law School allowed me to fulfill my goals of making a difference in the international tax world and helping generations of students move into successful careers. BC Law’s generosity of spirit and tradition of service to others inspired me to establish a financial aid fund to make a BC Law education accessible to more students.”