Law School Locks in Tuition Rates
Indiana University is freezing tuition for the next three years for students entering its Maurer School of Law in Bloomington. Dean Austen Parrish says the fixed rates and existing scholarships "will enable our students to plan actively for their future."
Additionally, the school is locking-in tuition for current second-year and third-year students at the same $30,500 rate for in-state students and $50,500 for nonresidents for the duration of their term.
IU trustees approved a two-year freeze for incoming, in-state undergraduates enrolled at the Bloomington campus. The school also says it offers nonresidents a $20,000 annual scholarship through its "Back Home Again," if they have lived in Indiana for 10 years.