Admitted Student Day Programs
Saturday, March 29
Thursday, April 24
Thursday, June 5
Admitted Students of Color Celebration
Friday, April 11
Please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Admitted Student Links
If you are an admitted student and would like to schedule a visit, please contact your admissions counselor at 718-990-6474. We would be happy to set up a tour, a class visit, or a meeting with a faculty member, financial aid representative, career development counselor, or current student.
Your seat deposit amount and due date is located in your letter of admission.
Credit card deposits may be made online using UIS (University Information System).Your user ID is your social security number and password is your date of birth in 6 digit form (e.g. March 6, 1985 - 030685). You may also use your X number as your user ID (your X number will be given to you via email in late June). You will be required to change your password at first sign-in.
Check deposits should made payable to St. John's University and mailed to:
Law School Admissions Office
St. John's University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Orientation will take mid-August. Orientation is mandatory, and you must attend all components of the program. We will email you with information regarding orientation, book lists, and first homework assignments when it becomes available in late July.
Tuition bills will be available to view on UIS starting late June. You will not be able to pay your bill or confirm your registration on UIS prior to then.
Entering students must submit an official transcript denoting the undergraduate degree awarded by Orientation. An official transcript is one certified and sealed by the issuing school and sent directly to the Admissions Office. The Credential Assembly Service copy from LSAC is NOT sufficient to fulfill this requirement. Failure to comply with this requirement for admission may result in cancellation of a student's acceptance.
New York State Public Health Law 2165 requires that all students born on or after January 1, 1957 provide proof of immunity to measles, mumps and rubella disease. Students must have on file with the University Health Office (129 Newman Hall) the following:
- By the first day of the semester: proof of 1 dose of measles, mumps and rubella.
- 30 days from the first day of the semester: proof of second dose of measles.
- Students who have not complied with this law will not be permitted to begin the semester.
- Immunization Requirement Information
- Health Forms
Accident and sickness insurance is available to all full-time and part-time students. This insurance may be purchased by enrolling at www.universityhealthplans.com.
Other Important Information
University Housing is available for law students in the DePaul Townhouses. We can also provide assistance in locating area housing and/or a roommate. Information is available on our student housing website.
Please visit the law school's Online Student Center (OSC) at www.stjlawstudent.com under the "Resources" menu to view off-campus housing information. Listings are added throughout the spring and summer as landlords let us know their availability (most students sign year-long leases beginning and ending each August 1).
While owning a laptop is not mandatory, many students use a laptop in class and for final exams.We support PC and Mac notebooks, and the wireless network makes it easy for students to access the internet throughout campus. Additional Informaiton and FAQ's can be found on the Information Technology website.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Awards
The Law School provides financial aid information on our website.
If you are entitled to a refund due to an overpayment (which is most likely due to taking out more loans than there are charges on your St. John's account), you should complete a Student Refund Direct Deposit Form. This money may be used to purchase books, pay rent, etc. Once the Bursar’s Office receives your refund request, your account will be reviewed and, if you are due a refund, a check will be mailed to you during the first week of classes. Please be prepared to pay for expenses prior to the first week of classes out of pocket, as the loan refund money will not be available until then.
Law School Admissions Office
Belson and Finley Halls Room 3-37
Mondays-Thursdays: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Closed during Summer)
Admissions Office Contacts
Robert M. Harrison
Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Financial Services
Director of Admissions
Dorothy P. Moran
Associate Director of Admissions