Hawaii Law to freeze tuition for four years

Now there are two pretty cool reasons to think about going to law school in Hawaii.

One, you'll be in Hawaii.

And two, you won't see a tuition hike. 

The University of Hawaii at Manoa — William S. Richardson School of Law has announced that tuition will be frozen for the next four years.

Students will pay the price of this year's current tuition, which is $22,392 annually for residents and $45,816 for non-residents. That means the law school, the only one in Hawaii, will hold tuition prices at that level for a full five years.

“This is a tremendous benefit for anyone beginning to think seriously of applying to our rigorous yet uniquely supportive Law School,” said Dean Avi Soifer. 

The new tuition schedule, which freezes undergraduate tuition rates across the UH system after next year and decreases general graduate student tuition rates, aims specifically to support the educational aspirations of the Hawai‘i community, the school said in a news release. 

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