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Non–New England Law | Boston Summer Programs

Students who wish to receive credit for summer law programs offered at other ABA-accredited law schools or CILE summer abroad programs must submit this form before any letter of good standing can be processed. First-year students wanting to attend any summer program and non-first-years wanting to attend a non-CILE summer program must be approved by the Director of Student Services as well, before a letter of good standing can be processed.

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Summer Affidavit

I understand that, as a New England Law | Boston student, I may not use credit earned during the summer to decrease my tuition obligation to New England Law | Boston during any regular semester. If I wish to use summer credit to accelerate my date of graduation, I may do so only with written permission from the dean, which must be requested through the director of student services, and payment of a tuition equalization charge. The tuition equalization charge will be equal to the difference between the amount of regular academic year tuition that I am expected to pay by the accelerated date of graduation and the amount of regular academic year tuition that I would have been expected to pay if I had graduated when originally contemplated. This charge (which excludes summer school tuition) adjusts my tuition to reflect my overall tuition obligation to New England Law | Boston for the J.D. program. If I am a Special Part-time student and enroll in a summer course, I must consult the Office of the Controller to determine the tuition equalization charge.

(Based on Rule A.6 of the Student Handbook: Rules and Regulations)

I confirm I have read and understood the terms of the Summer Affidavit.