College of Law



Contact Us

Main Campus
Law Center

Law Admissions Office
1825 W. Rocket Drive, Suite 1015

Mailing Address
2801 W. Bancroft Street, MS 507
Toledo, OH 43606


Frequently Asked Questions

What are eligibility requirements for the JD program?
You are eligible to apply if you have a valid Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score from within the last three years and will have completed all requirements for an undergraduate degree prior to enrollment or enroll under a 3+3 program.

How much is the application fee? 
We do not charge an application fee.

What is the application deadline?
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis through November 15 for spring semester (January Start) and August 1 for fall semester (August Start) admission.

Are part-time study options available?
Part-time programs are available year-round. Fall start entering students can select a full-time day schedule (15 credit hours/semester), part-time day schedule (flexible), or a part-time evening schedule (8 or more credit hours/semester). Part-time evening classes generally meet Monday to Thursday from 6 to 9:30 pm.

What is the first-year class profile?
Entering class profiles are made available in October each year.

How much is tuition? Are scholarships available?
Our full-time tuition rate is the lowest in Ohio. Students meeting residency requirements for Michigan and Indiana also qualify for in-state tuition rates through the Michigan and Indiana Resident Scholarship Guarantee. Numerous merit-based scholarships are also available to entering and continuing students.

Do you have tips for completing the application?

  • Application form: Answer all questions on the form. If a question does not apply to you or if you prefer not to answer an optional question, please indicate as such.
  • LSAT Scores: The Admissions Committee does not average multiple LSAT scores together. We only consider your highest LSAT score. 
  • Transcripts: The Admissions Committee considers not only your overall grades, but also coursework, major(s), minor(s), and concentrations. While coursework for advanced degrees is not factored into your LSAC-calculated GPA, the committee will consider graduate studies in its evaluation.
  • Personal Statement: The Admissions Committee gives considerable emphasis to your statement. Include circumstances that you wish to be considered such as a history of overcoming disadvantage, special experiences or characteristics, or a history of high academic performance in spite of poor performance on standardized tests. Incorporate information you believe is indicative of future success in the legal profession.

When are admission decisions made?
Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis. You can follow the status of your application through our Applicant Status Online system. For most applicants, a decision is made within four weeks of receipt of the completed application. If a decision on your file has not been rendered within four weeks of submission, please contact Toledo Law Admissions to request a status update.

Are there joint degree options?
Yes, we offer a variety of joint degree programs listed below to fit your career goals. You can also customize your own joint degree program.

  • Business + Law
  • Criminal Justice + Law
  • Engineering + Law
  • Medicine + Law
  • Public Health + Law

Where do law students live?
The University of Toledo is a suburban campus, and there are numerous safe and reasonably priced housing options within five miles of campus. One-bedroom apartments in the Toledo area generally rent for $400 to $600 per month depending on the location and amenities offered. On-campus housing is also an option. However, there is no designated law or graduate student dorm, so if you choose to live on-campus, you would likely be housed with undergraduate students. Review our local housing guide for more information.

Can I visit Toledo Law?
Yes! We encourage prospective students to visit campus and meet with our current students and faculty. Toledo Law Admissions events are scheduled year-round. We also welcome individual visits Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm. Please call Toledo Law Admissions or submit a visit request form to arrange your campus visit.

Last Updated: 9/18/18