TUITION, HOUSING, & OTHER FEES
Application Fee - $125.
The non-refundable registration fee covers the cost of administrative and related expenses, including all transcript fees.Activities Fee - $175.
The student activities fee covers seminar refreshments, orientation lunch, welcome reception, dance, and the Fourth of July party.
Tuition Fee - $3,900 (4 credits).
Housing Fee - $750.
SOS Fee - $50.
Transportation is approximately $1,900; Food $1,890.
Single room accomodations are provided in University of Lund International Student Housing, a modern housing facility which is a short bus ride from campus.
The rooms are fully furnished with bed, mattress, blanket, pillow, desk, chair, lighting fixtures, etc. Each room has its own small kitchen, toilet, shower and sink. Rent also includes use of laundry facilities, electricity and heating. The following is not provided: sheets, pillowcases, towels and shower curtain.
Students who wish to access the Internet in their rooms may do so without charge.
Rooms are available for occupancy beginning June 20, 2013.
Suffolk Law students should apply through the Financial Aid Office for loans to cover costs associated with the program such as fees, tuition, travel, housing and living expenses. Students from other American law schools should consult the financial aid office at their own school. International applicants are encouraged to apply to foundations and other sources of funding in their home country for financial assistance.
Suffolk law students may apply for student loans to cover the cost of tuition, travel, and living expenses. Suffolk Law students applying for summer financial aid must complete and submit two forms:
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
These forms may be accessed through the web page for Suffolk University Law School's Financial Aid Office and the deadline for applying for summer financial aid is TBA. Students from other law schools should check with their respective financial aid offices.
IMPORTANT! Students must be enrolled for at least 3 credits to receive summer financial aid. In the context of the Summer Law Program in Lund, this means that students must take 2 classes, for a total of 4 credits, in order to receive summer financial aid.
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