Admissions & Financial Aid

Class of 2023 J.D. Profile

As of Aug. 27, 2020

Median LSAT: 170
25%-75% LSAT: 164-172
Median GPA: 3.90
25%-75% GPA: 3.49-3.96
Age Range: 20 to 37

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Costs and Financial Aid

Total J.D. Financial Aid, 2018-19

Received Scholarships and Grants: 446 students received $16.7 million (from all sources)

Received Loans: 563 students received $32.3 million
 

J.D. Program Budget, 2020-21

 
VIRGINIA RESIDENT
NONRESIDENT  
Tuition and Fees:
$65,500
$68,500  
Living Expenses (details below):
$18,176
$18,176  
Books and Supplies: $1,500 $1,500  
Loan Fees:
$220
$220  
Total:
$85,396
$88,396  
Average Grad PLUS Fees:
$1,764
$2,000 
Total With Grad PLUS Fees*: $87,160 $90,396  
2020-2021 Health Insurance (financial aid is available by request)
$2,980
$2,980 

*Grad PLUS loan fees will be added to the budgets of those students who are offered Grad PLUS loans. Grad PLUS fees are based on actual averages from 2019-20 borrowing.

For more information on J.D. costs, see Annual Cost of Attendance Budget

 

Graduate Program Costs, 2020-21

LL.M. Program
VIRGINIA RESIDENT
NONRESIDENT
Tuition and Fees:
$65,500
$68,500  
Living Expenses:
18,176
18,176  
Health Insurance: 2,980 2,980 
Books and Supplies: 1,500 1,500  
Total:
$88,156
$91,156 
S.J.D./Research
VIRGINIA RESIDENT
NONRESIDENT
Tuition and Fees:
$9,100
$9,100 

Students who will be accompanied by a spouse should allow an additional $7,000 and $4,000 for each accompanying child.

More Information on LL.M./S.J.D. costs

Financial Aid Website

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UVA Law Notches Milestones in Gender, Racial Diversity With Class of 2023

The Class of 2023 is setting new records for gender and racial diversity at the University of Virginia School of Law.

Women make up a majority of the first-year class for the first time in the school’s history, and the students are the most racially diverse in a decade.

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