Tuition and Financial Aid
Earning your Master of Studies in Law in Corporate Compliance from Fordham Law School is a financial investment, and there are multiple ways for you to fund your education.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition for the 2022–2023 academic year for the online MSL program is $1,984 per credit hour. Additional fees will total $306 per term. Tuition and fees can be expected to increase each fall semester. New rates are generally posted in July.
Students are required to attend one in-person colloquium at Fordham Law’s New York City Lincoln Center campus. The colloquium is one credit hour and is billed at the credit-hour rate for the relevant term. In addition to tuition charges for the course credit, students are responsible for costs associated with travel, meals, and lodging.
Fordham University requires that all students carry health insurance, either through the university or an alternative provider. You will be automatically enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) unless you demonstrate that you have other coverage and request to waive coverage under the SHIP program. Detailed information on this requirement, including costs, may be found online here.
When evaluating how to pay for your master’s degree, consider a number of resources available to you, including external scholarships, employer tuition assistance, and federal student aid programs.
Learn more about financial aid resources available to Fordham Law students.
Applying for Federal Student Aid
In order to apply for federal student aid, including student loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Fordham University’s school code is 002722.
If you wish to start classes in August 2022, please complete the 2022–2023 FAFSA.
Remember that you should complete the FAFSA each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal student aid.