Submiting an Admissions Evaluation form does not create a financial obligation.
After you complete and submit an Admissions Evaluation form, your credentials will be reviewed by the Admissions Department. You then will receive an e-mail that indicates whether you will be accepted for admission to the California School of Law. This e-mail will also outline the further steps necessary for you to enroll at the California School of Law.
You may bypass the Admissions Evaluation procedure and file an Application if you are ready to apply.
Applicants will be admitted to the California School of Law if they have a Bachelors or Associates Degree or 60 college units.
In order to complete the formal Application process, you will need to:
1. Sign the online Electronic Signature Consent Form.
2. Fill out and sign the Application.
3. Pay the non-refundable application fee of $75 to the California School of Law
4. If you are not using LSAC's Credential Assembly Service, have your transcripts sent from your college or university to the California School of Law at:
California School of Law
5276 Hollister Ave, Suite 262
Santa Barbara, CA 93111
The next trimester starts in November 2016 with an application deadline of November 2, 2016.
The California School of Law also has new trimesters scheduled to begin in November 2016 and March 2017.
Applicants can contact an academic counselor at 805-770-3030 or 844-500-9200 with any questions or for assistance with the application process.