Tuition for the summer 2012 is $1,147 per credit hour. All of the Summer Institute courses are 2 credit hours with the exception of Divorce Mediation which is 3 credit hours.
The cost of books/materials is dependent on the Institutes/courses you are registering for.
Students accepted into one of the Summer Institutes at Capital University Law School as a visiting student, and who need financial aid to meet their educational costs, must arrange with their home institution for the processing of their financial aid. The home institution must forward a Consortium Agreement form to the Capital Law Financial Aid Office, confirming that the home institution will process all financial aid for its student. The Capital Law Financial Aid Office will complete the Consortium Agreement and will verify the student's cost of attendance, dates of attendance, and enrollment status for the period of study at Capital Law. Please remember, Capital Law will not process any financial aid for the visiting non-matriculating student.
Generally, the student's home institution will forward the financial aid proceeds to our Financial Aid Office to be applied toward the student's Capital Law’s tuition and fee charges. In some cases, the home institution will send the loan proceeds directly to the student, who then will need to apply them toward payment of the Capital Law charges.
Visiting students will be billed via the Capital University's e-billing process. Students enrolled in a Summer Institute will receive an e-bill via their Capital Law email account prior to the start of classes with instructions on how to proceed with payment.
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