These are the current estimated costs for attending one year at Campbell Law School. While tuition and fees are the same for every student, other personal costs, such as meals and housing, can vary between students.
The Campbell Law estimated cost of attendance is $83,444. This estimate is used to determine eligibility for federal student aid and does not represent actual student expenses. Equipment is part of the total COA. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
2023–24 Tuition and Fees
|Supplies & Course Materials||$1,340|
If you will not be paying your tuition with student loans, the general rule is that tuition is due on the first day of class. However, if you are unable to pay in full on the first day, you may pay half of the balance on that day and the rest of the balance by midterms. Tuition and fees for the 2023-24 academic year total $48,860 plus $870 in fees. Third-year students sitting for the North Carolina Bar Exam are also required to pay a $975 bar application fee. Note: Bar applications costs can vary by state. Parking, which is optional, is $515 for the academic year.
All current students are able to make tuition payments online through their WebAccess account.Make payment via webaccess
Admitted students can make tuition payments online using our TouchNet website. Under the blue box on the TouchNet website, please opt to make a payment as a guest payer. You will need your Campbell ID in order to pay using this option. When logging into TouchNet this way, it will not show you your tuition bill. However, you can still make a payment, and it will display as a credit on your Campbell University account.Make payment via TouchNet
Pay by check
If you would rather pay by check, you can mail your payment to:
P.O. Box 97
Buies Creek, NC 27506
Please make checks payable to Campbell University.