Students are responsible for paying tuition and fees based on the units they take at each school. These costs are charged by the schools respectively; current tuition rates and fees can be found on each school's website (Southwestern / Drucker).
Financial aid is available to students in the form of loans, work study and institutional scholarships. Southwestern also awards specific merit-based scholarships each year to students in the concurrent-degree program.
Law and Business Scholarships
All accepted first-year concurrent-degree program applicants are considered for Law and Business Scholarships. These select scholarships, providing up to full tuition, are awarded to entering students who have demonstrated exceptional promise. Criteria for these awards include strong undergraduate grade point average and Law School Admission Test scores, leadership potential and other outstanding personal accomplishments, among other factors.
The Larraine Segil Strategic Alliance Scholarship Endowment Fund
The first scholarship endowment fund in the world to reward strategic alliance competency, these scholarships are designated for outstanding women in the Southwestern-Drucker J.D./M.B.A. program based on academic merit and the student's expressed interest in strategic alliances. Students apply for this scholarship through the Institutional Scholarship Application.