Students will pay Fordham Law tuition and applicable fees during their Fordham-sponsored study abroad program. There are no additional Fordham Law fees for participating in a program. In some cases, the host institution will impose limited administrative fees. Students participating in an independent study program will have to consult the responsible school regarding costs.
In the case where a student withdraws from a Fordham-sponsored program, their tuition will continue to apply to their semester on-campus. Any incidental costs incurred by the student (i.e., plane tickets or living expenses) cannot be refunded. Students should also note that withdrawing from a study abroad program after the Fordham Law add/drop period ends could make them ineligible to take courses at Fordham Law that semester. If a student withdraws from an independent study program, he or she will have to consult the responsible school regarding the refund and cancellation policy.
In the highly unlikely event that the entire Fordham-sponsored program has to be canceled, students selected for the program will be informed immediately be telephone and by mail, email, or in person. In addition, individual meetings will be arranged with any student who wishes one. If in the even more unlikely event that the Program is canceled after students have arrived, Fordham Law's Office of International and Non-J.D. Programs will contact all participating students by telephone, if possible, or by email.