New Idaho Resident Grant means Idaho residents pay $19,000 or less at Concordia Law.
At Concordia University School of Law, we believe all the benefits of a small, private Christian law school should be within reach for everyone – especially here in our home state, where the generosity of so many has helped make our new approach to law school a reality. That's the impetus behind our new Idaho Resident Grant – where residents of Idaho will pay just $19,000 or less per year.
Law school you can actually afford
If you’re an Idaho resident considering law school, there’s never been a better time to consider Concordia Law in Boise. The Concordia difference starts with a maximum tuition of $19,000 per year. Add to that small class sizes that foster critical thinking and dialogue. A faculty that’s dedicated to helping you succeed. And a curriculum designed to give you the established foundational education you need to pass the bar exam, coupled with practical skills to pass real-life tests and electives that reflect today’s legal environment. All in a state-of-the-art campus located in the heart of Idaho’s capital – and legal hub.
Putting service first
When it comes to service, we put our money where our mission is. Every Concordia Law student receives a yearly service grant of $5,000 – guaranteed. Through pro bono service, students hone their skills by giving back to people in need, right here in our community.
The minute you commit to Concordia University School of Law, we commit to you, putting all of our resources toward helping you succeed. The Idaho Resident Grant is another example of our commitment to making a real difference in the state we call home.
Note: The Idaho Resident Grant is not available to students who are admitted to Concordia University School of Law through a pre-admission program, such as the Admission by Performance (ABP) program.