Academic Services (Registrar)

John Marshall Refund Policies


Fall & Spring Terms

Withdrawal from Individual Classes

After the end of the second week of classes there will be no refunds on withdrawls from individual courses.

Complete Withdrawal from John Marshall

For students who withdraw completely from the fall or spring semesters, the law school retains the following tuition:

During the first two weeks of class10% of tuition
After the end of two weeks of class, but before the end of the fourth week20% of tuition
After the end of four weeks of class, but before the end of the fifth week30% of tuition
After the end of five weeks of class, but before the end of the seventh week40% of tuition
After the end of seven weeks of class, but before the end of the eighth week50% of tuition
After the end of eight weeks of class, but before the end of the ninth week60% of tuition
After the end of nine weeks of class100% of tuition

The $400 deposit for entering students is non-refundable. The registration fee for all students is non-refundable.


Summer Term

Withdrawal from Individual Classes

After the end of the first week of classes there will be no refunds on withdrawls from individual courses.

Complete Withdrawal from John Marshall

For students who withdraw completely, the law school retains the following tuition:

Before the end of two class meetings10% of tuition
After the end of two class meetings, but before the end of the fourth class30% of tuition
After the end of the fourth class, but before five class meetings50% of tuition
After the end of six class meetings, but before the end of the eighth class60% of tuition
After the end of the ninth class100% of tuition

The $400 deposit for entering students is non-refundable. The registration fee for all students is non-refundable.

Questions concerning any of the financial policies should be directed to the Controller's office. Students who feel that individual circumstances warrant exception from the published policy may file a written appeal with the Associate Dean for Admission and Student Affairs or the Assistant Dean for Academic Services.