3+3 Admission Process
The 3+3 admissions process is only open to applicants who are currently enrolled as undergraduate students at the University of Georgia in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the School for Public and International Affairs, the Grady College of Journalism, and the Terry College of Business. Qualified UGA undergraduates may apply to the University of Georgia School of Law during the Spring Semester of their 3rd or Junior Year of Undergraduate Study, and begin Juris Doctor course work full time during their 4th or Senior year of Undergraduate Study if admitted.
The 3+3 Admissions Process application deadline is June 1, 2019. All application components, including letters of recommendation and the LSAC Law School Report, must be received by the Office of Admissions by June 15, 2019. Applicants with the required credentials who intend to apply to the University of Georgia School of Law through the 3+3 Admissions must take the LSAT no later than March 2019 to be considered for this process, and they must provide documentation from their undergraduate advisor that they have completed or will complete all of their major requirements by the end of their 3rd or Junior Year of Undergraduate Study.
Applicants must submit an application to Georgia Law through www.lsac.org. 3+3 Admissions Process applicants should follow the same application completion instructions for standard admissions found online at: http://law.uga.edu/standard-admissions-process.
After you submit your application on www.lsac.org, please send an email to Brandi Saunders, Law Admissions Data Management Specialist, at email@example.com stating you have applied to the University of Georgia School of Law through the 3+3 Admissions Process.
|3+3 Admissions Process 2018-2019 Timeline|
|September 1, 2018||Application available on www.lsac.org|
|March 30, 2019||Last LSAT test accepted for Fall 2019 entering class|
|June 1, 2019||Application deadline|
|June 15, 2019||Application completion deadline|
Before applying through the 3+3 Admissions Process, please carefully consider whether this is the right option for you. If you have questions regarding this new admissions process, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions at 706-542-7060.
Admission is not guaranteed based on meeting the required credentials alone. Each application receives a holistic review. The University of Georgia School of Law will release decisions on 3+3 Admissions Process Applicants on a rolling basis during the Spring and Summer of 2019. Students who are not granted admission through the 3+3 Admissions Process are still eligible to apply the following year or after graduation.