UMass School of Law to freeze tuition and fees for three years
The University of Massachusetts School of Law in Dartmouth announced today that it would freeze tuition and fees for the next three years at current levels.
University officials said that the move will give students a better handle on the total cost of their education. The public law school costs about half of private law schools, officials noted.
“Freezing fees at this moment in the law school’s history ... is the right and smart thing to do,” UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack said in a statement.
For full-time students from Massachusetts, tuition and fees will be $23,068. For students from out of state, the cost will be $30,760.
To get more information, check out the law school website.
The law school was created in 2010. It was the first public law school in Massachusetts. It is one of eight colleges and schools at the University of Massachusetts