Our general hours for questions remain Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We ask that students submit any financial aid paperwork or pay the balance of their tuition by 2023 to avoid class cancellation and/or late payment fees.
Students are advised to review their bill by logging on to CUNYfirst https://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu
After reviewing student information:
- Payment is required for the difference between any anticipated aid appearing on your CUNYfirst account and the tuition and fee balance.
- If the anticipated aid appearing on CUNYfirst covers the entire bill, no payment is due
Tuition/Fees for Fall 2023
NYS Resident Tuition (9-11 credits): $5,478.95
Non Resident Tuition (9-11 credits): $8,988.95
Tuition/Fees for Fall 2023
NYS Resident Tuition (12-16 credits): $8,006.45
Non Resident Tuition ( 12-16 credits): $13,101.45
A program adjustment fee of $18.00 is due for any schedule changes
on or after the first official day of classes.
|Change of Program
|ID Card Replacement
|Late Payment Fee
|Returned Check Fee
If you decide not to attend the spring semester, courses MUST be dropped by xx, 2024 to avoid any tuition or fees liability charge.
Tuition Refund Schedule
- Drop courses before the first official day of classes – 100%
- Drop courses within one week after classes commence – 75%
- Drop courses within two weeks after classes commence – 50%
- Drop courses within three weeks after classes commence – 25%
- Drop courses beyond 21 calendar days – No refund of tuition
Student fees (such as technology fee) are non-refundable on or after the first official day of classes January 17, 2023.
*Tuition and fees set forth may be subject to change by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York.
* The City University of New York reserves the right, because of changing conditions, to make modifications of any nature in the academic programs and requirements of the University and its constituent colleges without advance notice. Tuition and fees set forth in this publication are similarly subject to change by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York. The University regrets any inconvenience this may cause.
† New York State residency is based on clear and convincing evidence that one has assumed the responsibility of residency in New York State for at least one full year prior to the first day of classes at the Law School and a commitment to maintaining New York State residency after graduation. Click here to see the complete Residency Policy.
‡ All students are required to pay several fees: Materials, Technology, Consolidated, and Student Activities Fees. In addition, students will be required to pay such fees as may be assessed from time to time by student referendum.
⁂ The first part-time year includes a mandatory summer session of six credits at $655/ credit for in-state students or $1,065/credit for out-of-state students, as well as fees for the summer session. Subsequent years do not require summer session.
To reserve a seat in the entering class, all admitted students are required to submit a non-refundable deposit of $250. When you receive your bill, the amount due will have been reduced by this amount. Information on deposit dates and schedules is included with the letter of admission and is determined by the date on which an offer of admission is made.
Payment Schedule, Late Payments and Unresolved Balances
Tuition and fees are due as scheduled by the Bursar. Failure to meet tuition and fee obligations will result in the cancellation of registration.
University regulations require that a late payment fee of $15 be charged to any student who is delinquent in paying tuition and fees by the established due date.
Students with an outstanding balance will be placed on hold. This prohibits students from registering for the next semester and acquiring a transcript. Your account will be sent to a collection agency if bills remain unsettled after negotiating terms of payment. You will be responsible for all collections costs, in addition to whatever amounts you owe the college. In addition, non-payment or a default judgment against your account may be reported to a credit bureau and reflected in your credit report.
Tuition Refund Policy
Requests for withdrawal from CUNY School of Law should be submitted to the Registrar’s Office before or during the first three weeks of class. All requests will be effective on the date of written submission. Tuition refunds or payments for students who withdraw follow the schedules established by the University that is stated below. Student fees are not refundable.
Tuition Refunds or Payments
Please note that the refund schedule is different during the summer semester. Refer to the summer tuition payment information for each summer semester for details.
||Amount of Tuition Refund
||Amount of Tuition Due
|Withdrawal by last business day before the first day of classes
|Withdrawal within one week after the commencement of classes
||25% + fees
|Withdrawal during the second week of classes
||50% + fees
|Withdrawal during the third week of classes
||75% + fees
|Withdrawal after the completion of the third week of classes
||100% + fees