Florida Coastal School of Law runs on a rolling admissions procedure. Therefore, no application deadline exists; however, applicants are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible to ensure that seats in the upcoming class are available and to take advantage of scholarship opportunities.
Coastal Law Admissions Procedure
2) Register with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and the Credential Assembly Service (CAS).
3) Complete Coastal Law’s online application.
- A complete application consists of undergraduate transcripts, two letters of recommendation, personal statement, resume, and LSAT score.
- The LSAT must be taken within five years of the desired start date.
- CAS will require that you submit all undergraduate transcripts and letters of recommendations directly to the Service.
4) Once your complete application is received it will go on to the Admissions Committee for review.
- It typically takes three to six weeks for the admissions committee to make a decision; however, the turnaround can be longer or shorter depending on the needs of the Committee.
- Students can check their application status online throughout the admissions process.
- The Admissions Committee does not release information about the reason for their decision.
5) If accepted, you will be required to submit a nonrefundable seat deposit in order to reserve your seat in Coastal Law’s incoming class.
- The seat deposit will be credited to the student’s tuition upon matriculation.
- A student who has been accepted for admission into one entering class, but who does not enroll in that class, must reapply for any later class and be considered for admission according to the standards of the class sought to be entered.
6) After you submit your seat deposit you are now on your way to becoming a Juris Doctor Candidate at Florida Coastal School of Law. Congratulations! We look forward to having you with us.
Important Note: Prior to entering classes at Florida Coastal School of Law, students must have the official transcript, indicating they have received baccalaureate degree, mailed to the Office of Admissions. CAS copies are only sufficient for a preliminary determination of admission. Students are not allowed to continue their studies beyond the first semester unless the official transcript has been received.