Here’s how you apply:
1. Complete or be currently working to finish your bachelor’s degree.
2. Register with LSAC and take the LSAT. LSAT test dates open May 17, 2023. Learn more.
- Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) $222;
- Credential Assembly Service (CAS) subscription $200
3. Submit your GRE scores to Educational Testing Service (ETS). If applying with the GRE exam, rather than the LSAT use school code 0929.
4. Request letters of recommendation (up to 3) from professors, employers or mentors who can speak to your academic achievements and overall readiness for law school. Note: letters of recommendation are not required, but are recommended to add value to your application.
5. Register with the Credential Assembly Services (CAS). They will compile all LSAT scores, transcripts and letters of recommendation and send to ONU Law.
- You may be eligible for a CAS fee waiver if you are making less than 250% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Please contact ONU Law Admissions at 419-772-2211 for more information.
6. Prepare a personal statement detailing your interest in ONU Law and how you will add diversity to our incoming class. Upload directly to ONU Law’s online application.
7. Polish your résumé and make sure all activities, work experience and leadership roles are up to date. Upload directly to ONU Law’s online application.
8. Include a detailed explanation of any character and fitness issues (if applicable).
9. Complete and submit ONU Law’s free online application.