2023 Checklist

Congratulations – You did it! Your hard work has paid off and you’re in!

To-Do Checklist

❑ Celebrate!

❑ Register for an Admitted Student Day

Take a law class, meet our faculty, talk with students, sample our unique approach to career counseling and more!

In-person RSVP (March 18 or March 31)

Virtual RSVP (March 7)

The RSVP is a Google form and requires a Google account. If you don't have a Google account, please email [email protected] to RSVP.

❑ Visit and Subscribe to the 1L Welcome Center
The password for the 1L Welcome Center is “LawStudent2023”.

❑ March 1: FAFSA
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The school code is: 002823. This is required for consideration of federal loans.

❑ Pay Your Seat Deposit
Please check your admission email for your specific seat deposit information. Seat deposits are credited towards your first tuition payment and are non-refundable. You may pay online on the admitted student website.

❑ April 1: Housing Priority Deadline
Housing Priority for 1L’s who pay a seat deposit and housing deposit. Deposit at the admitted student website.

❑ June 30: Required Health and Immunization Forms
Submit your completed health forms using the Online Patient Portal. You must first be registered for classes and have your SJU email address to log in. Specific questions pertaining to the required Health and Immunization forms should be directed to the University Health Office at 718-990-6360.

❑ Mid – July: Enrollment Verification
A tuition statement will be sent to you in late June. Please review the bill and if there are any other charges you owe the school, pay the balance. If your balance is zero, follow the instructions to confirm your enrollment online with the Office of Student Financial Services by the mid-July deadline. You must settle your account and confirm your enrollment by the tuition payment deadline or your seat in the incoming class will not be reserved.

❑ Late-July: Transcripts with degree conferred
You must submit an official transcript denoting the undergraduate degree awarded. The LSAC CAS copy that was sent to us with your application is sufficient if it denotes the undergraduate degree was awarded. (You can see if the school has received this by checking the St. John’s application online status checker.)

❑ Mid-August: Convocation - Welcome to St. John’s Law!
Fall Semester begins for all 1L students.