Required Disclosures


UNT Dallas College of Law is provisionally approved by the American Bar Association’s Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. Provisional accreditation is effective June 3, 2017.

Graduates of a provisionally approved law school are considered by the ABA to be graduates of an ABA-approved law school and are eligible to sit for most state bar exams, including in the State of Texas.

Questions concerning ABA accreditation may be directed to the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654 or call (312) 988-6738.

Read the full Accreditation Statement.


(a) All information that a law school reports, publicizes or distributes shall be complete, accurate and not misleading to a reasonable law school student or applicant. A law school shall use due diligence in obtaining and verifying such information. Violations of these obligations may result in sanctions under Rule 16 of the Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools.

(b) A law school shall publicly disclose on its website, in the form and manner and for the time frame designated by the Council, the following consumer information:

    (1) admissions data;

    (2) tuition and fees, living costs, financial aid;

    (3) conditional scholarships;

    (4) enrollment data, including academic, transfer and other attrition;

    (5) number of full-time and part-time faculty, professional librarians and administrators;

    (6) class sizes for first-year and upper-class courses; number of seminar, clinical and co-curricular offerings;

    (7) employment outcomes;

    (8) bar passage data

(c) A law school shall publicly disclose on its website, in a readable and comprehensive manner, the following information on a current basis:

    (1) refund policies

    (2) curricular offeringsacademic calendar, and academic requirements;

    (3) policies regarding the transfer of credit earned at another institution of higher education.
         The law school’s transfer of credit policies must include, at minimum:
             (i) A statement of the criteria established by the law school regarding transfer of credit earned at another institution; and
             (ii) A list of institutions, if any, with which the law school has established an articulation agreement.

(d) A law school shall distribute the data required under Standard 509(b)(3) to all applicants being offered conditional scholarships at the time the scholarship offer is extended.

(e) If a law school makes a public disclosure of its status as a law school approved by the Council, it shall do so accurately and shall include the name and contact information of the Council. 


Standard 509 Information Report

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