Tuition and Fees
Widener Law’s Office of the Bursar administers tuition and bill payment.

Tuition and fees are combined with estimated living expenses to create a student’s cost of attendance. A cost of attendance is also referred to as a budget. A cost of attendance sets a limit on the amount of financial aid a student can receive in a given academic year. Financial aid includes merit based aid, loans, outside scholarships and grants. Please follow this link for information on your cost of attendance.

Topics Covered in the Guide to Fees and Payment
The Guides to Fees and payments can be found on Campus Cruiser.

Visit the Bursar's Office page to:

  • Includes Guides for: Widener Law and Graduate Programs.
  • Current Tuition Rates & Fees for Law School Students (ED, RD, Part-time, Summer, ITAP, LL.M., J.D., M.J., Joint Degrees
  • Current Tuition & 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 University Payment Plans and how to enroll in payment plans
  • Receiving Excess Financial Aid Billing Schedule - Summer, Fall and Spring semesters
  • Complete Withdrawl Policy
  • Collection Policy
  • Enrollment Management Services

Is there something you can't find in this guide?
Please contact us via email at or phone at 302-477-2207.