College of Law

Admitted Students

Congratulations on your admission to the College of Law! Below are resources to help you with next steps. Please review the information thoroughly. If you have questions along the way, reach out to our Law Admissions team at 419.530.4131 or law.admissions@utoledo.edu.

Academic Calendar

Refer to the Toledo Law Academic Calendar for a list of important dates for the academic year.

Seat Deposit

Upon admission, your Toledo Law student identification number (Rocket ID) will allow you to activate your University student account (UTAD) to pay your seat deposit. To activate your UTAD, visit myUT account and enter your date of birth and Rocket ID from your letter of admission. Follow step-by-step instructions to activate your student account, secure your UTAD login and password, and establish your utoledo.edu email address.

Once your account is active, you will be able to log in to the myUT portal with your UTAD credentials. Once logged in, select the STUDENT tab, scroll down to MY ACCOUNTS, and select "Law Deposits." Seat deposits for fall start students are due by April 15 or within two weeks of receipt of the letter of admission, whichever occurs later.

myUT

The myUT portal is your one-stop resource for paying your seat deposit, registering for classes, buying a parking permit, requesting your Student ID card, and more. The LAW tab includes information most relevant to law students.

Financial Aid

For questions or concerns about financial aid and help with financial planning for law school, visit our financial aid pages or contact our Law Financial Aid Office at 419.530.7929 or LawFinAid@utoledo.edu.

Residency

Did you graduate from an Ohio high school, but have lived outside of the state for a significant amount of time? The Forever Buckeye program may qualify you for in-state tuition. To learn more about the Forever Buckeye program or other ways to establish Ohio residency, visit the Office of the Law Registrar to learn about Ohio In-State Residency or contact 419.530.4844. The Office of the Law Registrar is located on the second floor of the Law Center, Room 2000K.

Housing

The University of Toledo is a suburban campus with numerous safe and affordable on- and off-campus housing options. One bedroom apartments in the Toledo area generally rent for between $400 - $600/month depending on the location and amenities offered. Visit our housing page for local apartments that are popular with Toledo Law students.

On-campus housing is also an option. There is no designated law or graduate student dorm, so you would likely be housed with undergraduate students. Visit Residence Life to learn more about on-campus housing. The Office of Residence Life is located at 1014 Ottawa House West and is open Monday through Friday from 8:15 am to 5 pm.

Parking Services

No hangtags or hard-to-remove stickers at UToledo! The parking system is completely automated, but you will need to purchase a student parking permit to park at the Law Center. For more information about student parking permits and to download a campus map, visit UToledo Parking Services. Please note that you will not be eligible to purchase a student parking permit until you have registered for classes.

Military Services

The UToledo Military Service Center is dedicated to helping service members and their families with educational and support services. For more information, visit the Military Service Center or contact 419.530.VETS (1392). The Military Service Center is located in Rocket Hall, Room 1350 and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm.

Student Disability Services

The UToledo Office of Student Disability Services is dedicated to the interests of prospective students and their parents. To learn more about disability services, download the Student Disability Services Student Handbook, visit the Office of Student Disability Services or contact 419.530.4981. The Office of Student Disability Services is located in Rocket Hall, Room 1820 and is open Monday through Friday from 8:15 am to 5 pm.

Qualifications for Admission to the Bar

In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine requirements by contacting the jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission. Agency addresses are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.

Last Updated: 7/3/19