Visiting and Transfer

Visiting Student Applicants

Currently accepting applications. Please click here to  apply through LSAC.

Transfer Student Applicants

TRANSFER STUDENTS

To be eligible to be considered for admission to the College of Law as a transfer student, an applicant must meet the following criteria:

  • Completion of a minimum 20 semester hours or 30 quarter hours of coursework at an ABA accredited law school. Applications from candidates that do not meet this threshold requirement will not be considered for admission.  
  • Be in good standing at the law school from which the student is transferring.
  • Appear capable of satisfactorily completing the law school’s program of legal education and being admitted to the bar.
  • Possess the qualities of an ethical lawyer. 

Documents Required for Consideration:

  • A completed application for transfer
  • A letter from applicant explaining the reasons for applying for transfer
  • An official transcript from every law school attended
  • A letter from the school last attended, certifying the applicant’s class rank (this requirement will be waived only in cases where the other law school does not calculate a class rank), that the applicant is in good standing and is eligible to continue studies at that school, and that the applicant does not have any character and fitness referrals at the law school last attended.
  • (Option) A letter from the school last attended, certifying:
    • The applicant’s class rank (this requirement will be waived only in cases where the other law school does not calculate a class rank),
    • That the applicant is in good standing and is eligible to continue studies.
    • That the applicant does not have any character and fitness referrals.
  • A photocopy of the applicant’s CAS Report submitted to the law school last attended
  • Resume
  • Any additional information as requested by the Admissions Committee

Currently accepting applications. Please click here to  apply through LSAC.

Application Deadline

The deadline is April 30 for applicants wishing to begin law school as 1L students the following fall. No late applications will be accepted. To strengthen your opportunity for admission, you should apply early. Applicant files are reviewed and admissions offers are made on a rolling basis. Thus, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit all required documents as early as possible. We enroll first-year students in the fall of each year.