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Law Admissions Office
1825 W. Rocket Dr., Ste. 1015
2801 W. Bancroft, MS 507
Toledo, OH 43606
A transfer student is one who has attended another American Bar Association accredited law school and transfers to The University of Toledo College of Law as a degree candidate.
Toledo Law may admit as a transfer student one who has been enrolled in another American Bar Association accredited law school and is in good standing there. The College of Law ordinarily admits students as transfers only after they have completed one full academic year (or its equivalent) of law school work.
A transfer student may receive advanced standing credit for work in which the student earned a grade of at least C or its equivalent at another law school. In determining whether to award advanced standing credit, the character of the courses previously studied, the comparability of those courses and credits to the curriculum and requirements of the College of Law, and the grades received in those courses will be considered, to the end of preserving the plan of instruction and standards of this College. For more information regarding transfer students, please see our Academic Rules.
To apply for admission as a transfer student you must submit the following:
- A completed electronic application and Credential Assembly Service Report. If you
have submitted a completed application to the College of Law within the past 2 years,
please contact our office to reactivate your file.
- Two letters of recommendation.
- One official transcript from your previous law school that includes grades for your
most recent enrolled term.
- A letter from the dean of your previous law school stating that you are in good standing
and eligible to continue there.
You may submit any information or statement you believe would be useful to Toledo Law in making its admission decision. The College of Law may require additional information or materials, including course descriptions for all completed legal coursework.
Transfer applications should be completed at least 30 days prior to the term in which the applicant proposes to enroll.
If you intend to transfer your current financial aid package, please contact our Financial Aid Office at your earliest convenience.
A visiting student is one who is a degree candidate at another institution who wishes to enroll in classes at The University of Toledo College of Law with the intent to transfer earned credits back to their home institution.
To apply for admission as a visiting student you must submit the following:
- A completed electronic application for admission. Please contact the Law Admissions
Office to request an application.
- One official transcript from your home institution that includes grades for your most
recent enrolled term.
- A letter from the dean of your home institution stating that you are in good standing and eligible to continue there.
Visiting students are not eligible for federal aid through Toledo Law. Students must make arrangements through their home institution for permission to take classes and for payment of fees through a consortium agreement.
Visiting student applications should be completed at least 30 days prior to the term in which the applicant proposes to enroll.