The admissions committee is continuing to review applications and will make offers in the coming weeks. Based on previous years, we also anticipate making some additional offers after our second seat deposit on June 10.
Going forward, candidates offered admission will have 48-72 hours to make an enrollment decision. This means if offered a seat in our Fall 2013 entering class, you need to be prepared to make a decision very quickly.
If offered a seat, you may not have time to:
Visit the law school
Talk to Faculty, students, or alumni
Receive your printed admission packet (You would have access to the admitted student site.)
Receive your financial aid letter indicating your direct loan eligibility (Typically your direct loan eligibility ($20,500) will be the same across schools. At this point scholarship funds are very limited. If you are offered a seat in the class and if scholarship is offered, you would be notified at the time the offer is made.)
What should you do?
Let us know what questions concerns you have. We are happy to help you gather information to determine if Notre Dame Law School is the school that will put you in the best position to reach your personal and professional career goals.
Information you may want to review:
Sample of Summer Employment For 1L's and 2L's
2012 Employment Statistics and National Placement
Programs of Study and Interdisciplinary Programs
Loan Repayment Assistance Program
If you finalized plans elsewhere or are no longer interested in attending NDLS, please let us know.
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