The budget components are ESTIMATED averages and may not reflect your actual expenses.
They are used solely for calculating financial aid eligibility.
The tuition and fees component is based on 9 credit hours and average costs in the
fall and spring semesters. The room and board component for residents varies depending
upon housinglocation, and meal plan. On campus housing based on double occupancy.
LAW (in state)
In-State OFF Campus
Refers to a law student that is a Florida Resident who will live off campus during the school semester
Applying to law school can be an intimidating process. Florida A&M University College
of Law wants to make it as simple as possible for applicants to decide whether this
is the law school for them. Factors like faculty quality, location, affordability,
diversity, facilities, reputation, and commitment to public service are just a few
of the important attributes that applicants consider when choosing a law school.
We are confident that we rank among the best law school in the state in each of these
categories. The Florida A&M University College of Law offers a three-year Full-Time Day Program
and a four-year Part-Time Evening program.
Applicants to the law school have the option of applying to one or both programs at
the time of application.