I also asked about a full "admitted student day" (not the "meet your fellow students reception", but like a tour, faculty panel, Q&A etc) and he said the closest thing to that was the 4/2 event and it will run 10-2, although he said probably 10-1.... anyone else not fell welcomed or informed enough? Oklahoma City did a entire tour, meals, student panel, scholarship panel, Q&A /w dean, financial aid info session etc etc... Tulsa's schedule (for this weekend) is four pages long. Texas Wesleyan invited me to three different events and has sent multiple info sheets, Mercer sent me several invites, plus exactly how the fees and tuition are taken out--like by which loan etc. So far South TX has said, "hey, your in, sorry we didn't email you". And "here are a few meet your potential fellow students" days. I flew down there in Feb for the "open house" which consisted of a couple of booths, with a few handouts, and a info session on applying--LSAT, GPA
etc. and then three teachers talking about the careers they have had....
Maybe I'm just being cynical but STCL is my top choice (with Tech) , but has had about the worst communication and informative help of the 20 schools to which I applied.
I'm with you on this, but I chalked up the lack of an admitted student day to the fact that it's in downtown Houston and the campus shares a building with the First Court of Appeals, so there wouldn't be much law school tour-y stuff other than "this is Houston, we're in downtown Houston" and a tour of the school (which they should be offering on the 2nd). I agree with the frustration that this is causing us, but they're my top (only) choice, and I don't think this is going to cause me to rethink my choice, but it's definitely something that could turn other potential students off.
Although, the reason they're my number 1 choice is because of their name recognition in Houston and their trial advocacy, and I wouldn't think that a less than optimal application/admission experience affects that much.