The Cost of Attendance (Student Budget) is an estimate of your educational expenses for one academic year at The University of Toledo College of Law. The student budget is adjusted annually (in July) and is comprised of direct costs for tuition and fees, and indirect costs for books and supplies, transportation, and modest living expenses. These figures should serve as a guide to reasonable expenses associated with attending The University of Toledo College of Law.
Note: Your combined financial aid resources cannot exceed the standard student budget
(Estimated) 2013-2014 Academic Year (9 months)
|Room & board (off campus)||$12,468.00|
|Books & Supplies||$2,000.00|
|Transportation (off campus)||$1,900.00|
|Out of State charge||$12,146.00|
|Total Out of State Charge||$53,302.00|
Although the process of determining a student’s aid eligibility is the same for all students, adjustments to the student budget can be made for some allowable expenses. Students who would like their student budget increased should contact the Toledo Law Financial Aid Office for more information. An increase to your Student Budget does NOT guarantee additional loan eligibility.
Excess Mileage – You may be considered for an increase if you reside more than 50 miles from the University of Toledo College of Law and are attending classes at least two days/week. An Excess Mileage Affidavit is required as well as a copy of the student’s driver’s license and utility bill (for documentation of student’s address).
Child Care – If you are paying for dependent child care while you are enrolled in classes, you may receive a budget increase. You must submit a signed statement from a licensed child care center verifying the amount you pay for childcare expenses for the qualifying periods of enrollment.
Computer Purchase – A student’s budget can be increased to allow for the purchase of a computer. You must provide a copy of the receipt and a signed statement of intent to the Toledo Law Financial Aid Office. The increase will allow for the purchase price of the computer and does not allow for additional software purchase, printer, warranty, shipping, etc. A computer purchase can increase your student budget once per law career.Non-Allowable Expenses (include but not limited to) – parking tickets, consumer debt, membership fees, gifts, vacations.