— Harvard Law School’s graduate program announced Monday that it will offer $ 1,000 tuition to undergraduates.
Harvest College of Law’s $3,000 per year stipend will be doubled for all undergradents to $4,000.
The $3 million investment by the law school is part of the $5 billion expansion of the law program announced by President John F. Kennedy in June to make Harvard Law School the top law school in the country.
Harvard President Drew G. Faust also announced $500 million for scholarships to encourage and support law school graduates, including a new $50 million scholarship program.
Harvest will be among a number of schools that have committed significant sums to the law curriculum, and the program has been one of the top recipients of federal funding for law school expansion.
More:Harvard law program to double tuition in three years, but more will be available to students graduate in 2019In addition, the law schools will have a scholarship program to match federal loans and grants, according to the announcement.
Harvey Mudd College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will offer the $1 million scholarship, as will the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Law School.
Harveys Law School, a graduate program, will be offering $3.25 million in stipends to undergraduate students.
Harvards undergraduate tuition and fees will increase from $4.75 million to $5.25 billion.
The law school also announced plans to raise tuition by an additional $2,500 for all law students to $6,500 per year.
Harvesons undergraduate tuition will increase by $400 to $7,200 per year and its fees will rise by $300 to $8,100.