How to Apply
The Law Admissions Office will continue to process applications received after July 1, if space is still available in the first year entering class.
The Application Process
The admissions committee will not review an application until the law school has received all required documentation. Applicants are encouraged to submit all supporting documents, including recommendations and appraisal forms, as soon as possible. Applicants are considered in the order that completed applications are submitted; because the admissions committee uses a rolling admission system and typically begins the review process in November, applicants whose files are completed late in the application cycle may jeopardize their chances for admission.
Learn more about these specific application processes:
Applications for first-year students are accepted for the fall semester only. Applicants must indicate on the application form whether they are applying for the full-time or part-time program.
Dual Degree Applicants — MBA/MUPA
An applicant seeking admission to the dual degree program must complete the application process for both the USF School of Law and the USF School of Management.
All re-applicants must submit any updated transcripts of recent coursework to LSAC.
An individual who has earned a bachelor's degree and who has completed the equivalent of two full semesters of study at a law school accredited by the American Bar Association may apply for admission with advanced standing.
A student enrolled in another law school accredited by the American Bar Association who wishes to take up to one year of courses at the USF School of Law may apply for admission as a visiting or non-matriculating student.
Office of Admissions
Kendrick Hall, 236
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080 email@example.com (415) 422-6586