Spring 2018 Tuition, Fees and Student Refunds
The Business Office has received inquiries about the amount of tuition, when tuition is due for the spring 2018 semester, and when financial aid checks will be distributed. Please find the relevant information below:
Spring 2018 tuition for full-time JD and LLM International students who are taking 10 or more credits is $21,163.00 and full-time JD and LLM International students taking less than 10 hours will be charged $2,116.30 per hour; tuition for part-time JD students is $14,622.00; MBA tuition is $3,027.00 per class; LLM Elder Law tuition is $1,400 per credit hour and LLM Advocacy is $1,100.00 per credit hour. In addition to tuition, there are fees for each program. With the exception of LLM Elder Law and LLM Advocacy, which have a $50 technology fee, full-time students and LLM International students are charged $50 for SBA fees and $110 for activity fees and part-time students are charged $50 for SBA fees and $100 for activity fees. By COB on December 15, 2017, tuition and fees will post to your student account based on your current registration status.
Tuition is payable by the first day of classes, Monday, January 15, 2018. Any student who has not paid the balance on their student account or made arrangements with the Business Office will be charged a late fee of $200. Because Tuesday is the first time Part Time students will be on the Gulfport campus, we will extend the due date and not post this late fee until the close of business on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 . As in the past, methods of acceptable payment are cash, check, or money order.
Please make checks payable to:
Stetson University College of Law
1401 61st Street South
Gulfport, FL 33707
Attn.: Business Office
MasterCard, VISA, AMEX and DISCOVER credit cards as well as E-checks are now also acceptable methods of payment through the student payment portal at ; https://secure.stetson.edu/forms/law/student-accounts/payment/
As a condition of using your credit card, a non-refundable convenience fee equal to 2.5% of the payment will be incurred. E-checks do not incur a convenience fee.
If the amount of your financial aid is in excess of the amount of your tuition and fees for the spring, you will receive a refund for the net difference to cover your living expenses. This refund can be paid to you by check or we now offer direct deposit. If you chose to have your refund paid by direct deposit, please be sure to come to the Business Office to complete the necessary paper work. If you chose to have a check, it may be picked up in the Business Office any time after 1 p.m on Friday, January 12, 2018 If you are expecting a refund to be direct deposited, it will be processed late afternoon on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 ensuring it is in your account by Friday, January 12, 2018.
Post date: December 13, 2017, in Faculty,