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Online LL.M. in Advocacy - Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition and fees are payable each semester. Complete payment of these charges is due no later than the first day of class for each semester as displayed on the academic calendar. Any student account not paid in full on the first day of classes will be subject to a late fee. No student is authorized to attend classes until arrangements for payment of tuition and fees have been approved by the Business Office.

Matriculation from the Advocacy LL.M. Program requires successful completion of 24 credits in a combination of mandatory and elective curriculum, which can be viewed in our Law Catalog. Tuition is assessed on a per-credit hour basis. There is one required course in the Program that is six credits, which all students must take in their first Fall semester. The remaining courses in the program are all two credits. Students may enroll in two, four, or six credits per semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer), depending on how quickly they wish to graduate. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 credit hours in the Fall and Spring, and 3 credit hours in the Summer, in order to qualify for federal student loans. Please see a detailed breakdown of the Advocacy LL.M. Tuition and Fees below.

LL.M. in Advocacy Tuition and Fees

Fall 2024 - Spring 2025
LL.M. Tuition (assessed per credit-hour).  $1,300
Technology fee (assessed each semester) $50

Miscellaneous Fees

Application Fee N/A
Confirmation fee (this is a non-refundable seat deposit upon acceptance to the Program, but is applied toward tuition upon enrollment) $500
Late fee (charged if a student account is not paid in full by first day of classes) $200


Estimated Student Budget

Tuition: This figure represents the tution for a full-time sudent enrolled in 6 credits in both the Fall and Spring semesters ($7,800 per semester). $15,600
Fees ($50 per semester) $100
Books/Supplies: This figure represents the estimated cost of books per academic year and related supplies such as paper, writing utensils, and other various materials. $300
Housing: This figure represents the estimated cost of rent at a double occupancy rate along with expenses to run a household (electricity, water/sewer, internet, phone) for nine months. $10,058
Food: This figure represents the cost of food for nine months. $2,474
Transportation: This figure represents the cost of owning a vehicle (maintenance and tires, gas, car insurance) for nine months. $1,435
Personal/Miscellaneous: This figure represents personal expenses incurred for nine months (clothing, personal hygiene, entertainment). $3,630
Loan Fee: This is a fee deducted by the lender before the loan is disbursed to Stetson Law. $780
Total $34,376

Note: Tuition and fees are subject to change.


Financial Aid

If you wish to apply for Federal Student Loans be sure to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and review the associated financial aid policies.

  • School Code: E00342

Once you have completed the FAFSA we will send you an email outlining your eligibility and the additional steps you need to complete in order to ensure timely disbursement of your aid. 

Please note that international students are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid; however, is a scholarship database for all students including international students and is for outside scholarships not awarded through Stetson. You can research outside scholarships through this link.