Tuition and Fees
Tuition for each semester is due and payable before the first day of classes at the rate of $875 per unit. Tuition for auditing and visiting students is $ 875 per unit.
Part-Time Regular Program
Students entering San Francisco Law School in the Fall of 2016, are required to take twenty units for their First Year, twenty two core units the Second Year, twenty two core units the Third Year and sixteen units the fourth year, plus 5 elective units for a total of 87 units to graduate.
Tuition for students registering for their First Year in the regular, Fall program taking 20 units is $17,000 plus $500 in general fees, for a total of $17,500 for the year. (Please see fee schedule below)
Tuition for each semester is due upon registration, prior to the beginning of the first day of classes. Students who need assistance in meeting the costs of tuition and fees may be permitted, with approval of the Administration, to arrange a payment plan.
All fees are non-refundable and are subject to change upon reasonable notice. Fees per semester consist of the following:
- Application Fee: $75.
General Fee, which includes Electronic Exam and Library Access: $210 (SF); $100 (SD); Materials Fees are billed to student accounts to cover the cost of material assigned by the instructor which supplement or substitutefor assigned books.
- Graduation Fee: $210
- Student Bar Association Fee: $40 (SF);
- Student Government Association Fee: $50 (SD)
- Wellness Center Fee: $30 (SD)
- Late Registration Fee: $130
- Transcript Fee: $10
- Rescheduling Examination Fee: $75
- Returned Check Fee: $40
- Computerized Examination Fees: $40
If a student fails to make payments on time, he or she may be charged a late payment fee. The Administration reserves the option to deny students whose accounts are in arrears permission to attend classes, to register for new classes and/or decline to grade examinations. Students with outstanding balances are not entitled to receive grades, be granted a degree, or be issued a transcript or scholastic certificates.
If a student drops a course or withdraws from Alliant International University, he or she will be entitled to a credit according to the Tuition Refund Policy Schedule found in the Alliant Catalog, found at catalog.alliant.edu
In conjunction with the tuition-refund schedule referenced above, there is a $110 University withdrawal fee if all courses are dropped. This fee will be waived for students on an approved leave of absence.
Any student who withdraws from the University and is a recipient of student loans will have his or her costs and eligible loans prorated according to Title IV guidelines.
Students on financial aid who withdraw from a course(s) must contact their financial aid counselor for assistance in determining the impact this action has on their student account balance and financial aid prior to dropping classes. After a credit balance occurs on a student account, refunds and return of funds to lenders will follow appropriate regulations. Refunds will be remitted to the student after all lenders have been paid, if applicable.
Refunds to those receiving Veteran benefits are subject to the rules of the Veterans’ Administration. Refunds under this policy will be on a prorated basis of the unused portion of the tuition.
If the student is a financial-aid recipient, credit balances resulting from tuition adjustments under the withdrawal policy will be refunded to the appropriate financial-aid program and lender. A financial-aid calculation will be completed to determine what financial-aid ramifications will occur based on the student’s official date of withdrawal. A student may be required to return funds to the financial-aid program and lender if the student is no longer eligible for benefits received based on this calculation.
A graduation fee of $210 is charged to each fourth-year student eligible for a degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence. This fee is assessed whether or not the student intends to attend the graduation ceremony. Graduation fees are payable at the beginning of the second semester of the final year.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, prohibits the release of educational records without the specific written consent of the student or alumnus. Students may request copies of their records by writing to the Law School. There is a $10 fee for each transcript requested.