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Tuition

 

The current total tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year (52 weeks) is $10,000. A student must pay tuition and fees for each quarter prior to the first day of each quarter.  If a student fails to make a scheduled tuition payment by the first day of the quarter, St. Francis reserves the right to cancel the student’s enrollment at its discretion.

 St. Francis enrolls students on an annual basis for each year that is required to complete the J.D. program.  Tuition and fees for subsequent years may be subject to change.

 Tuition does not include the cost of a computer, internet access, or textbooks. St. Francis School of Law reserves the right to modify annual tuition rates, policies or fees. The terms above are subject to the Enrollment Agreement. Students are responsible for costs associated with official transcripts, fees paid to the State Bar of California, travel costs, computers, internet access and textbooks.

 

Books

 

Tuition and fees do not include the cost of books and study materials, which are the responsibility of the student. The best effort estimate of the costs of books and study materials is $800 for the first year and an average of $1,400 per year for the next three years, or $5,000 for the four year JD program. The estimates are based on using new hardcover books when available. In many cases, casebooks can be rented and/or digital versions are available at lesser expense.Textbook cost and order information is located on the Book List page.

 

Refund, Cancellation, And Withdrawal

 

Enrollee agrees to pay St. Francis the total tuition and fees described in the enrollment agreement.  The non-refundable application fee is $55.

The current total tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year (52 weeks) is $10,000. A student must pay tuition and fees for each quarter prior to the first day of each quarter.  If a student fails to make a scheduled tuition payment by the first day of the quarter, St. Francis reserves the right to cancel the student’s enrollment at its discretion.

If Enrollee fails to make a scheduled tuition payment by the first day of the quarter, St. Francis reserves the right to cancel the Enrollment Agreement.

A bookkeeping fee of $30.00 will be charged for returned checks.

Enrollee may cancel or withdraw from St. Francis at any time and in any manner. To cancel or withdraw from the J.D. program, Enrollee may e-mail admissions@stfrancislaw.com or academic@stfrancislaw.com, or give notice by telephone to the phone number set forth in the Enrollment Agreement or by postal mail to the address set forth in the Enrollment Agreement, or give notice by any other means reasonably calculated to provide such notice to St. Francis.

If Enrollee withdraws or cancels enrollment within 5 days of the date the Enrollment Agreement was signed, Enrollee is entitled to a full (100%) refund of all monies paid other than the non-refundable application fee of $55.  If Enrollee cancels or withdraws after 5 days from the date the Enrollment Agreement is signed, Enrollee will receive a full refund for any sessions that were not started at the time of the withdrawal or cancellation, other than the non-refundable application fee of $55, and a partial refund for courses Enrollee started, based on the following schedule:

Session Week Refundable Tuition
Week 1 100%
Week 2 50%
Weeks 3 – 6 0%

All refunds are paid or credited to the credit card used for payment within 30 days.  No refunds will be made in cash.

Financial Assistance

There are several funding sources for earning your online degree in law. St. Francis students are welcome to research private loan availability, outside scholarship opportunities, employer tuition reimbursement, employer tuition assistance, etc. We recommend that you evaluate all sources carefully prior to accepting funding from, or making commitments to, any such programs.

St. Francis School of Law does not provide any form of financial assistance through the U.S. Department of Education or private sources. Any outside funding sources are between a student and the organization to which funding is provided.

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