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Law School Admission
Basic Steps for Application to the School of Law
(Please refer to the law school bulletin for complete program and other enrollment requirements that — in case of discrepancies — supersede statements made here.)
Complete and submit a Humphreys College Laurence Drivon School of Law application for admission along with the required application fee. Please refer to the Schedule of Tuition and Fees for information regarding tuition cost and other educational expenses, including payment requirements and due dates.
Register for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) by the regular registration deadline. Please refer to the LSAT information booklet or website for information pertaining to registration, dates, testing sites, and fees. LSAT scores will be accepted if taken within a four year period. If the test is taken more than once, only the highest score will be considered.
Request and send 2 sets of official academic transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities to Humphreys College Laurence Drivon School of Law, attention Registrar.
Letter of Recommendation
Regular applicants should have at least one letter of recommendation; special applicants should have three letters of recommendation. These letters should speak to the applicant's potential to practice law and/or the applicant's academic and professional abilities. Letter(s) should be sent directly to Humphreys College Laurence Drivon School of Law, attention Registrar.
Special Applicants Only
Register and complete three College Level Examination Program(CLEP) tests. English Composition (or English Composition with Essay) is required. Results should be sent directly to Humphreys College Laurence Drivon School of Law, attention Registrar.
Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the appropriate award year(s) to determine eligibility for work study and student loans. Schedule an appointment with a financial aid officer for further information.