Tuition & Fees
The academic year starts with the Summer Semester. Students entering in the Spring Semester will be charged tuition at the rate for the following academic year.
|Tuition per unit (2021-2022 Academic Year)||$715|
|First Year (10 units)||$7,150 per semester|
|Second, Third and Fourth Years (9 units)||$6,435 per semester|
|Student Bar Association (SBA) Fee*||$75 per semester|
|Student Services Fee*||$100 per semester|
|*Fall and Spring Semesters only|
|Additional 10 units of electives required for graduation|
Arrangement for deferred payment of tuition must be made in advance of or during the official registration period. Timely payments of tuition are required for continued participation in the Deferred Payment Plan.Lincoln offers its students the opportunity to pay as you go. With the Deferred Payment Plan, fall and spring semesters are payable in monthly installments. Summer Semester is divided into two payments. There is a minimal $25 service charge per semester for this option, and late payments will be subject to late fees.
Refund of tuition will be made according to the schedule below.Additional fees are non-refundable. The amount of refund will be computed by the date of official withdrawal in writing, effective upon receipt or date of postmark. Tuition refunds are based upon the total cost of tuition per semester.
|Week of Withdrawal Fall/Spring||Tuition Refunded|
|Through 2nd week||100%|
|Week of Withdrawal Summer and Pre-First Year Spring||Tuition Refunded|
|Through 1st week||100%|
For the purposes of refunds, a student who is absent from a scheduled class session for which the student is registered is considered to have completed that class session. Refund checks will be mailed within 30 days from the date of notice of withdrawal.
We offer Sallie Mae Student Loans. For more information go to: https://www.salliemae.com/student-loans/. Loans are arranged directly between the lender and the student and are based on the student’s creditworthiness. Lincoln Law School does not require, guarantee, and is not in any way responsible for a student’s decision to obtain such loans or student’s ability to repay.
Students who obtain tuition loans and withdraw or are academically disqualified, will have refunds disbursed back to the lender.
Lincoln Law School of Sacramento does not participate in Title IV funding through the U.S. Department of Education or any other federally-sponsored financial-aid programs. Additional information about the Sallie Mae Law School Loan® program is available from the Administration Office.
Lincoln Law School accepts online payments through the student portal using VISA, MasterCard, or American Express credit cards in addition to echecks.
Lincoln Law School participates in the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation program. Veterans wishing to use their Vocational Rehabilitation benefits should contact the appropriate official of the Veterans Administration and provide the required information directly to Lincoln Law School’s Registrar.
For Students Receiving Veterans’ Benefits
According to Standards of Progress (CFR 21.4254(b)(6)), veteran students who are placed on academic probation will continue to receive veteran’s benefits for a maximum of two semesters while on academic probation. Veteran students who remain on academic probation after this period will have their benefits terminated.
Veterans’ Refund Policy, CFR 21.4255
This school has and maintains a policy for the refund of the unused portion of tuition, fees, and other charges in the event the veteran or eligible person fails to enter the course, withdraws, or is discontinued therefrom at any time prior to completion. The amount charged to the veteran or eligible person for tuition, fees, and other charges does not exceed the approximate pro-rated portion of the total charges for tuition, fees, and other charges, that the length of the completed portion of the course should bear to its total length. (Note: The maximum non-refundable registration fee allowed by VA is $10.)