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Guide to Tuition and Fees

Tuition and bill payment are administered by the Office of the Bursar.

Tuition is charged on a per credit basis which is determined by a student’s program of study and number of registered credits in a semester or term. The cost of attendance, also referred to as a budget, is determined on an annual basis. To create a student’s cost of attendance, tuition and fees are combined with estimated living expenses. A student’s financial aid in an academic year may not exceed the cost of attendance. Financial aid includes merit-based aid, loans, outside scholarships, and grants.

Please follow this link for information on your cost of attendance.  

The Tuition Rate and Payment Guide can be found on Campus Cruiser.

Visit the Office of the Bursar page to download the Tuition Rate and Payment Guide Law School Academic Year  or the Guide To Fees and Payment - GRADUATE PROGRAMS.

The following topics are included in the guide:

  • Current tuition rates and fees for Delaware Law students (ED, RD, part-time, summer, ITAP, LLM, JD, MJ, Joint Degrees)
  • Current tuition and fees for Legal Education Institute (LEI) students
  • Housing costs
  • Billing/student account statement information
  • Payment due dates–summer, fall, and spring semesters; late payment fees
  • How to pay, including payment plans and how to enroll in payment plans
  • Receiving excess financial aid billing schedule–summer, fall, and spring semesters
  • Complete withdrawal policy
  • Collection policy
  •  Enrollment management services

If you can’t find what you’re looking for in the guide, please email,  or call 302-477-2207.

Bursar's Office


Phone: 302.477.2207