Texas Wesleyan School of Law requires that an applicant for admission receive a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university prior to enrollment. Applicants are also required to take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) as part of their application.
In addition to considering academic achievements and aptitude, the admissions committee will endeavor, on the basis of the applicant’s education and other experiences, to determine the professional promise of each applicant.
Accordingly, the admissions committee evaluates all factors relevant to an applicant’s potential to be successful in meeting the academic standards of the juris doctor program as well as potential for success on the bar examination and in other professional endeavors. Traditional criteria, such as undergraduate academic achievement and aptitude as reflected in LSAT performance, are used in the admission evaluation process.
Significantly, the admissions committee also considers evidence of substantial achievement in various endeavors such as prior employment, professional experience, graduate study, public and community service, and other factors. Cultural, geographic, and experiential diversity of the student body is also an important consideration.
Transfer/Visiting Student Requirements
Applicants are encouraged to visit the law school during the academic year. The visit may include a chat with a member of the admissions office, a tour of the law school, or a meeting with the financial aid officer. Tours may be scheduled by calling the admissions office at 817-212-4040 or 800-733-9529 ext. 4040.
For More Information
For more information regarding the admission process, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-212-4040 or 800-733-9529 ext 4040.