To reserve your seat in the fall 2020 entering class you are required to submit the following:
Temple Law School requires submission of two admissions deposits.
The first admissions deposit of $150 is due by April 15, 2020. If you are admitted to the Law School after April 1, 2020, you must submit the deposit within 10 days of the date of acceptance on your admissions letter.
A second non-refundable deposit of $300 is due by June 15, 2020.
You may pay both deposits at once by submitting a deposit of $450.
Both the first and second deposit will be credited directly toward your tuition for the fall semester. Admissions deposits are non-refundable and failure to matriculate in August will result in a forfeiture of both deposits.
You can pay your admissions deposit in one of two ways:
All acceptances are conditioned upon completion of all requirements for your undergraduate degree prior to your matriculation at Temple Law School on August 17, 2020. The American Bar Association and Temple Law Faculty Regulations require that a final, official transcript from the institution which conferred the degree be on file for all incoming students. Any student who fails to meet this requirement will be withdrawn from the Law School.
A final, official transcript which shows the conferral of your degree which was sent to LSAC as part of your Credential Assembly Service (CAS) Law School Report is acceptable. However, if a final transcript is not included in your CAS Law School Report, you must either have a final, official transcript forwarded from your undergraduate college directly to Temple Law School’s Admissions Office, or to LSAC so that your CAS Law School Report can be updated.