Animal Law Summer Program classes are available for academic credit to Lewis & Clark law students, visiting law students, and international students. Our Animal Law Summer Program courses are also available for auditing by attorneys and non-law students.
Tuition costs for our Animal Law Summer Program are based on your registration status for each of our classes; the different registration options are noted below, as well as how to register.
Lewis & Clark Law Students: tuition rate is $1,982 per credit hour
Visiting Students: tuition rate is $1,982 per credit hour
Auditing with a Certificate: tuition rate is $1,982 per credit hour; Lewis & Clark alumni, government employees, and nonprofit employees receive a 50% tuition discount. (Volunteers are not eligible for this rate.)
Auditing without a Certificate: tuition rate is reduced by 50% to $991 per credit hour; Lewis & Clark alumni, government employees, and nonprofit employees receive an additional 50% tuition discount. (Volunteers are not eligible for this rate.)
Tuition is due no later than the first day of class.
Distance Education NOTICE
Our online Summer Program classes are available to Lewis & Clark students and Visiting Students, but it is the responsibility of the student to confirm with their home institutions to ensure the distance education credits are transferable. Lewis & Clark law students should review the school’s policy on distance education credits.
Lewis & Clark has been approved by the State of Oregon to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of post-secondary distance education. For a listing of all current participating SARA institutions, please visit https://www.nc-sara.org/directory
Register online through WebAdvisor through May 30. After May 30, 2022 all adds and drops must be done through the registrar’s office.
Financial aid is available for our Animal Law Summer Program. Students should apply for aid as early as possible in the spring semester. Special rules apply to the distribution of summer school aid. For more detailed information please contact the Financial Aid office directly, 503-768-7090 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A visiting student is a student who needs a transcript of their work in order to receive credit at another educational institution. Visiting students are responsible for checking with their home schools to ensure all credits are transferable, and to understand the specific rules regarding the transfer of credits. Lewis & Clark is an ABA-accredited law school; the summer courses are eligible for transfer back to law schools or international schools depending on the rules and policies of the school accepting the credits for transfer.
To register as a Visiting Student, please see our Registrar’s Summer 2022 Registration page, and scroll down to Visiting Students, for the most up-to-date information.
An auditing student is someone who is not transferring course credit back to their home educational institution. Auditors may receive continuing education credits, however those will need to be arranged directly by the auditor. Prior to registration, please read the Registrar’s website for auditing students.
Important notes for auditing students:
- Auditors are not eligible to receive Federal financial aid.
- Auditors do not receive a transcript and cannot apply or transfer these credits to Lewis & Clark Law School.
Auditing students may choose from two options:
To register as an auditing student, please complete the Auditing Student Application.