Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee schedules are subject to revision each year. The figures provided are estimates for planning purposes only. Estimated tuition figures for 2017-2018 are provided below and can be found here: Tuition and Fees. Estimated costs can be found here: Estimated Costs.
Students who are enrolled in the LL.M. program and who are taking courses for academic credit are eligible to use the services offered by the University of Oregon, including the library system, the University Health Center and the Student Recreation Center. LL.M. students have access to the law school student lounge, individual lockers, the John E. Jaqua Law Library and computer technology support. The payment of mandatory fees allows Oregon LL.M. students to access these services.
Academic Year Program Cost Estimate for 2017 – 2018:
- Tuition and Fees (based on full-time enrollment for two academic-year semesters): $41,644
- Matriculation Fee (required, one-time): $430
- Law School Events Fee (required, one-time): $150
- Books and Supplies (depending on course specific requirements)*: $1,125
- Living Expenses (housing, utilities, rent)*: $11,621
- Personal Expenses (cost varies depending on personal spending needs)*: $1,995
- Transportation (in-state resident / non-resident): $361 / $1,261
- Computer (optional): $1,650
- International Student Health Insurance 2017 - 2018 (required, unless eligible for a waiver): costs will be available in July 2017
* The figures provided above for books, supplies, personal and living expenses are provided as a guideline. Costs may vary depending on a student’s needs and whether the student is living in on-campus or off-campus housing. The cost of attendance does not include course fees.
To learn more about the matriculation fee please review the answers to frequently asked questions.
Laptop Computers: Some computer systems and software may not be compatible with the technology at Oregon Law. LL.M. students may bring their own laptop or purchase a laptop or laptop package. For information about laptop packages and system/software compatibility, please contact Information Technology.
International Students SEVIS Fee
International students who are applying for F-1 or J-1 visas must also pay a SEVIS fee. Click here for information about the SEVIS fee and SEVIS program.
International Law Student Health Insurance (Required)
- Health Insurance Cost 2016-2017 – International students in the LL.M. program will be enrolled in and billed for the University of Oregon international student health insurance plan (mandatory). Click here to read more about 2016 – 2017 international student health insurance plan. 2017-2018 health insurance plan information and costs will be available in July 2017.
- International students who already have health insurance may waive enrollment in the University of Oregon health insurance plan only if the insurance meets University of Oregon insurance requirements. Read more.
- Contact the University Health Center for additional information and to inquire about health insurance waivers.
- International student health insurance is $1,905 for the 2016 - 2017 academic year. Charges are billed to student accounts in two installments ($952.50 per semester).
- The University of Oregon health insurance plan coverage for the 2016 - 2017 academic year will begin on August 10, 2016. Students should ensure that their non-University health insurance coverage continues in effect at least until the University of Oregon health insurance plan coverage begins. 2017-2018 health insurance plan information and costs will be available in July 2017.
Domestic Law Students - Health Insurance
- Health Insurance Cost Estimate 2016-2017 – Domestic law students in the LL.M. program may be eligible for law student health insurance through the University of Oregon health insurance plan (optional). Click here to read about the student health insurance plan.
- The cost of the health insurance plan for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,905. Charges are billed to student accounts in two installments ($952.50 per semester). 2017-2018 health insurance plan information and costs will be available in July 2017.
- Contact the University Health Center for additional information.
- If you enroll in the University of Oregon health insurance plan for the 2016 - 2017 academic year, coverage will begin on August 10, 2016. 2017-2018 health insurance plan information and costs will be available in July 2017.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
International Students - Financial Aid and Scholarships
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Eligible Noncitizens - Financial Aid and Scholarship
For information on student parking permits, click here.
Payments on Student Accounts and Electronic Billing
Billing and payment services are delivered electronically through QuikPAY®. Read more.
Click here for information about making a payment on a student account.
Click here for information about student account payment due dates.
If you completely withdraw from Oregon Law or reduce your course load below 9 credits, you may be entitled to a tuition refund. Refunds are based on assessed tuition and class fees, and are calculated from the date you officially drop a class or reduce credits, not the date of your last class attendance. Read more.
No part of the admissions $500 seat deposit is refundable.