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Opportunities to Visit Dayton Law
Join us for an Open House, Information Session or an Individual Visit.
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Each admitted student who makes an official campus visit and enrolls for 2015 will receive a $1,000 Visit Scholarship awarded the first year.
The deadline to make an official visit is March 31, 2015, for summer admits and July 17, 2015, for fall admits.
Our Open House will introduce you to the School of Law, our J.D. program and admissions and financial aid process. You'll also have opportunities to talk to current students, meet your future professors and tour our spectacular facility.
For more information on Open House dates and registration, please click here.
Information sessions are offered during the academic year.
These official campus visiting sessions are offered most Mondays and Fridays. Information Session provide an opportunity to:
- Discuss financial aid, housing and other topics of interest
- Observe a law class
- Tour Joseph E. Keller Hall
Participants should meet in the School of Law Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, Room 112 in Keller Hall.
Register online for one of our sessions.
If you are unable to attend an Open House or an Information Session, you can schedule an individual visit by contacting the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at 937-229-3555 or by email at email@example.com.
For Open Houses, we will confirm parking instructions one week prior to the event.
For individual visits and information sessions, you can obtain a temporary parking permit at the Visitor Parking Information Center on College Park Avenue, past Keller Hall.