Requirements and Deadlines
The following instructions are designed to help you complete your application to The University of Tulsa College of Law.
Spring 2013 - Applicants interested in getting a jump start on their legal education by starting law school in January 2013 must submit the application by December 5, 2012. Scores from the October 2012 LSAT exam will be accepted for spring admission. Please note that ALL required documentation for spring application must be received by 12/5/2012.
Fall 2013 - While we do not have a firm cut-off date for Fall applications, we strongly suggest that Fall applicants file the application as soon as possible, preferably by February 1st (early action deadline). However, because we are on rolling admissions, we will continue to accept applications through July 31 as space remains available.
Instructions for Application
- The Office of Admissions begins receiving applications on the 1st of September for the following academic year.
- All candidates are required to apply online via the Law School Admissions Council at LSAC. All applications for admission to the College of Law must be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee of $30.00.
- Application fees are waived on a limited base. To learn how to apply for our application fee waiver, please consult the Forms and Applications section of this site.
- A current admission year CAS report is required to complete an application. Thus, you must register for the current admission year CAS report via the Law School Admissions Council web-site at LSAC. You may also write to: LSAT/CAS, P.O. Box 2000, Newton, Pennsylvania 18940 or phone 215-968-1001.
- If you are applying for financial aid, you must submit your financial aid application to: The University of Tulsa Student Financial Services, 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104-3189. For more information visit their website at www.utulsa.edu/financialaid.
- Foreign Degree application, please read the "Foreign Applications" section of our website.
Applicants with On-line Degrees
- In addition to completing the general requirements for admission, applicants who have earned undergraduate degrees from on-line colleges of or universities must provide written documentation from their undergraduate institution that the college or university is regionally or state accredited.
- The applicant must also provide written documentation that the on-line degree or program of study is regionally accredited.