We look forward to receiving your application to Texas A&M School of Law!
Please make sure to read about the admissions requirements and process for Entering JD Students, Transfer Students, and Visiting Students.
All applications below are housed online by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). To apply to Texas A&M School of Law, you must complete and submit an online application at LSAC.org, and register for LSAC's Credential Assembly Service (CAS).
If you run into technical difficulties with the online application, please call LSAC's Help Desk at (215) 968-1393.
Apply now online at LSAC.org.
Once You've Applied
When we receive your electronic application (e-app) from LSAC, you will receive an email with an individual user ID and password, and access to a website which allows you to check the ongoing status of your application in real time. If we are missing any materials or if we have any questions, you will be notified by email. If you need to provide additional or updated information for your application after you have submitted your e-app, you can send it to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will update your file from our end, and let you know if we have any questions. Once a decision is rendered on your application, you will be able to view the decision through the status checker immediately.
Texas A&M School of Law employs a rolling admissions process reviewing each applicant’s file upon completion. The admissions committee begins making decisions in mid-October and will continue to give careful consideration to applications until the entering class is full. The application deadline is March 31; however, the likelihood of receiving an offer of admission decreases as the cycle progresses. To maximize your chances of admission and consideration for financial assistance, you are encouraged to apply early. Committee decisions are final and are not subject to reconsideration during the same application cycle.
Upon notice of acceptance, you are required to pay nonrefundable deposits to reserve a seat in the upcoming class. All deposits are credited toward tuition charges. In compliance with the statement of good admissions practices by the Law School Admission Council, no deposit is required before April 1. Specific seat deposit deadlines will be outlined in your admit packet. Failure to submit these deposits in a timely manner will result in cancellation of the admission offer.
If you have questions about any part of the application please contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com or by phone at (817) 212-4040.