St. Thomas Law is a highly regarded, student-centered law school where diversity is cherished, a commitment to human rights and international law flourishes, and the Catholic heritage of social justice enhances the education of all faiths.
Although these are unprecedented times, we understand you have important decisions to make under very difficult circumstances. Our Admissions Team will ensure that you have an opportunity to experience the St. Thomas Law community. Explore the St. Thomas Law community through virtual events, webinars, Zoom sessions, phone calls, and live video streams! Our Admissions Team is here for you! Reach out to the Office of Admissions at Admitme@stu.edu or (305) 623-2310.
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2021 Entering Class Profile
|STU Law By the Numbers|
|Average Age : 26|
|94 Undergraduate Institutions Represented|
|56 Majors Represented|
|89% Awarded Scholarship|
|Asian - 3%|
|Black/African American - 10%|
|Caucasian/White - 23%|
|Hispanic - 60%|
|Did Not Indicate - 4%|
St. Thomas Law is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 admissions cycle.
Spring Application deadline: December 15, 2021
Fall 2021 Application deadline: July 1, 2022
- October LSAT – October 9, October 10, & October 12, 2022
- November LSAT- TBD, week of, November 13, 2022
- January LSAT – TBD, January 15, 2022
- February LSAT – TBD, week of February 12, 2022
- March LSAT – TBD, week of March 12, 2022
- April LSAT – TBD, week of April 30, 2022
- June LSAT – TBD, week of June 11, 2022
LSAC will continue to provide the LSAT in an online, live remote-proctored format through June 2022. Starting in August 2021, LSAC will return to pre-COVID practice of including an unscored variable section along with the three scored sections. The unscored section can appear in any order among the four sections of the test. With the addition of a fourth, unscored section, there is a 10-minute break between the second and third sections.
The second part of the test is a written essay. LSAT Writing is separately administered online using secure proctoring software on the candidate’s own computer. Candidates can complete their LSAT Writing as early as eight (8) days prior to the multiple-choice exam. Your application is not complete until we receive your LSAT Writing.
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