Students may seek admission to the University of Dayton School of Law after successfully completing their first year of law school at another ABA-accredited institution. Transfer applicants must be registered with LSAC and provide:
- Official undergraduate degree transcript directly from your undergraduate institution
- Official law school transcript
- Law faculty letter of recommendation
- Letter of good standing from your current ABA-approved law school
An offer of transfer admission will be made on the following terms and conditions:
- Only courses that were completed at a law school approved by the ABA, for which a grade of "C" or better (or its equivalent) was received, and which reasonably conforms to the curriculum of this law school, will be accepted for transfer.
- Normally, not more than thirty semester hours, or forty-five quarter hours, of credits will be accepted for transfer.
- Courses for which advanced standing is awarded will not enter into the calculation of the student's cumulative grade-point average, and no official class ranks will be determined for transfer students.
- Transfer students are considered second-year students for purposes of applying the standards for continuation in law school, even though they may have less than thirty hours of credit and/or may be registered for first-year courses.
For More Information
If you are interested in attending the University of Dayton School of Law as a visiting student and transferring those credits back to your home school, information on that process is available here.
If you have questions, contact the School of Law Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at 937-229-3555 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.