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Procedure for Accepted Applicants

Applicants admitted under the Regular Decision-Rolling Admission option must submit a non-refundable deposit of $200 by April 1, or within 2 weeks of their admission, whichever is later. A second $400 non-refundable deposit must then be submitted by June 1. These deposits will be credited toward fall semester tuition. 

Early Decision candidates agree that, if admitted to Elon Law under the Early Decision option, they will withdraw any pending applications to other law schools and not submit any additional applications.The accepted Early Decision candidate will submit a non-refundable deposit of $600 to Elon University by January 15 and will enroll in Elon University School of Law in the fall 2008 semester. This deposit will be credited toward fall semester tuition.

All accepted applicants must submit a Dean’s Certification Form for each postsecondary school attended. These forms will be mailed to the applicant with the acceptance letter and must be completed and returned prior to enrollment in the fall.

During the application phase, applicants will submit their postsecondary school transcripts to LSDAS, and the School of Law will receive copies of these transcripts from LSDAS. While this is sufficient for the application phase, accepted applicants must submit an official transcript indicating the award of a bachelor’s degree prior to enrolling in Elon Law. Generally, applicants must have received a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution prior to enrollment in the School of Law. In rare instances, the school may, consistent with ABA Standards, admit exceptionally well-qualified applicants who have successfully completed three-fourths of the work acceptable for a bachelor’s degree.