College of Law offers Indiana residents Ohio in-state tuition

April 3, 2015 | News, UToday, Business and Innovation, Law, Medicine and Life Sciences
By Rachel Phipps



What if Indiana’s most affordable law school isn’t in Indiana?

For members of the fall 2015 entering class, The University of Toledo College of Law will provide Indiana residents a scholarship to cover the out-of-state tuition surcharges, making UT the most affordable law school for Hoosiers. The scholarship will be automatically renewed each semester of law school enrollment.

With the new Indiana Resident Scholarship Guarantee, Indiana residents will effectively pay the UT College of Law’s in-state tuition rate of $17,900, which is lower than any public or private law school in Indiana.

“The UT College of Law offers a nationally ranked education with a personal touch,” said Daniel J. Steinbock, dean of the College of Law. “We have many graduates who have had outstanding legal careers after returning to or settling in Indiana with a UT law degree.”

He added that improving the value the UT College of Law provides is vital and noted other recent initiatives include enhanced opportunities for experiential learning during all three years and more emphasis on joint degree programs such as the JD/MBA and new JD/MD.