– Deadlines Extended –

Due to the delay in FAFSA data being supplied to the University of Oregon, the UO is extending the confirmation deadline to June 1, 2024, for first-year students admitted for fall 2024. We are also extending the priority FAFSA filing deadline to April 1, 2024, for all UO students.

Law Student Cost of Attendance

The figures provided are estimates for planning purposes only. To calculate more specific tuition estimates, see the Office of the Registrar's costs once tuition and fees tables are available.

2022-23 Law Student Cost of Attendance

2023–24 Law Student Cost of Attendance

  Residents Nonresidents
Tuition and Fees
Based on full-time enrollment for two semesters
$46,264 $57,586
Living Expenses (Housing and Food)
Monthly costs: housing $1,286; food $420
$15,354 $15,354
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $1,320 $1,320
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses $2,460 $2,460
Transportation $432 $1,380
Estimated Total $65,830 $78,100

Entering Students

Students beginning their first term at the University of Oregon should add the following:

Computer $1,650 $1,650
Matriculation Fee $510 $510
Event Fee $150 $150


The tuition and fees figure above includes mandatory fees all students must pay. Visit UO Mandatory Fees for more information.The cost of attendance does not include course fees nor does it include the one-time matriculation fee. Read answers to frequently asked questions about the matriculation fee.

What's Included

The cost of attendance includes the following estimated costs:

  • Tuition and fees
  • Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment
  • Living expenses (housing and food)
  • Transportation
  • Miscellaneous personal expenses

Requests for additional school-related expenses, such as childcare, purchasing a computer, or sole occupancy, are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Some costs, such as personal expenses and living expenses for students that live off campus, are difficult to project and vary from student to student. We recommend you create a budget to estimate your costs more precisely.