Law School Tuition Increases to $1,250
Tuition in the Law School will increase from $1,000 to $1,250 effective in September, 1961, according to Erwin N. Griswold, Dean of the Law School.
This will make Law School tuition equal to current charges in Harvard college, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, School of Design, School of Education, and School of Public Administration. Tuition in the Graduate School of Business Administration and in the Medical School and School of Dental Medicine is $1,500. The Divinity School's tuition is $750 and that of the school of Public Health is $1,150.