Tuition and Fees: 2014-15 Academic Year

Willamette University College of Law remains one of the greatest values in private legal education in the Pacific Northwest. The college is able to set a reasonable tuition policy that also protects the quality of the educational experience. In addition to being located in one of the more affordable small cities in the West, the school’s strong financial aid program helps make Willamette a wise choice for many students.

Estimated Expenses* for the 2014–2015 Academic Year

Tuition $37,625
Student Bar Association Fee $180
Estimated Books $1,550
Total Law School Expenses $39,355
Living Expenses $15,480**
Health Insurance $1,878***
Potential Total Annual Expenses  $56,713

*These charges are subject to change with each academic year.

**Estimated living expenses include transportation, room and board during the nine-month academic year, based on the needs of a law student with no spouse, partner or dependents.

*** The Willamette University sponsored student health insurance is provided by Aetna.  Full benefit information along with information regarding waving student health insurance and the waiver link is available at