Tuition dropping next year for USC School of Law

South Carolina News

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – If you live in South Carolina, it’s going to cost you less to go to the University of South Carolina’s law school next year.

In-state tuition for the state’s only public law school will drop by more than $5,000 next year.

USC law school Dean Robert Wilcox said South Carolina has been losing students to out-of-state law schools because of cost.

The full tuition price for law students will now cost around $24,500.

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