Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees Schedule

2019-20 Academic Year Tuition: Each Credit Hour = $1,418.00

 Gonzaga Journal of International Law (per year)  $20.00
 Student Bar Association (per semester)
 Law Review (per year)  $25.00
 ID Card Replacement  $30.00
 Transcript Fee (per copy)  $6.00 -$8.25
 8-month note application fee  $100.00
 10-month note application fee  $65.00
 Late installment plan application fee  $150.00
 Parking Permit (per year – estimate)  $93.00
 Mandatory accident insurance (per year)  $50.00
 Fitness Center fee (optional, per semester)  $150.00

If you are interested in financing your expenses on a payment plan, contact Student Accounts on Gonzaga’s main campus.

Annual Student Budget

Federal law mandates that every institution of higher education develop a standard cost of attendance. The cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, books, room and board, transportation, and personal expenses while enrolled in law school. Never can scholarships or loans exceed the cost of the budget.

The total annual budget reflects expenses for the academic year and is the maximum annual loan amount available.*

Traditional 3-year J.D. Program

Academic Year: Fall and Spring Semesters

 Board  $5,910
 Books & Supplies  $1,124
 Loan Fees  $1,030
 Personal Expenses  $1,916
 Required Fees  $165
 Room  $7,245
 Transportation  $1,514
 Tuition based on 30 credits at $1,350 per credit   $40,500
 TOTAL  $59,404

*The standard student budget is established solely for the student. The budget cannot be increased for spouses or family. The only exceptions to this policy can be found in the financial aid policies.

Accelerated 2-year J.D. Program

Academic Year: Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019 Semesters

 Board  $9,811
 Books & Supplies  $1,866
 Loan Fees  $1,710
 Personal Expenses  $1,710
 Required Fees  $165
 Room  $12,435
 Transportation  $2,513
 Tuition based on 45 credits at $1,350 per credit   $60,750
 TOTAL  $90,960

The Student Budget can be increased in accordance with the Student Budget Increase Policy.


Over 90% of Gonzaga Law students receive some form of financial assistance.