Current tuition is determined by the University and the University of Maryland System Board of Regents. We encourage you to consult the Tuition & Fee Payment Policies for information about the tuition structure, payment information and procedures, as well as information about in-state residency.

Financial Assistance

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law is one of seven professional and graduate schools at The University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB).

The University’s Office of Student Financial Assistance administers financial aid for students at each school on campus, including the School of Law. The University’s need-based financial aid program is designed to assist students with a combination of financial aid resources, including grant assistance, loans, and/or work-study.

The School of Law’s Office of Admissions oversees and awards merit-based scholarships and grants. 

In order for any form of financial aid (scholarships, grants, work-study or loans) to post on their accounts, students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form and identify “University of Maryland, Baltimore” (code 002104) as a recipient institution.