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Congratulations to our accepted students for the Fall 2016 semester.
 

Steps to Attend in the Fall

 

Reserve Your Seat:

Pay your non-refundable seat deposit by clicking here. If you are unable to pay online, you may send a check or money order to the Admissions Department.
 

Complete Financial Aid Process

To be considered for federal student aid follow the steps below for the Fall 2016 semester. 
If you start in Fall 2016 follow these steps:
 
  • Please ensure that you file for the 2016-2017 aid year.
  • If you (and your spouse if married) worked and filed taxes, you will need to provide your 2015 federal tax return data on the FAFSA. If you did not work/file taxes, you can indicate that on the FAFSA.
  • The Charlotte School of Law federal school code is 041435.

Complete your FAFSA by clicking here. If you do not plan to apply for any loans, please inform the Financial Aid Department as soon as possible.
 

Request Official Transcript

The transcripts you sent to LSAC as part of the CAS service do not satisfy this requirement. We must receive an official undergraduate transcript directly from the school that issued your bachelor's degree. We must receive the transcript prior to the start of orientation. Please send your undergraduate transcript directly to Charlotte School of Law, 201 South College Street, Suite 400, Charlotte, NC 28244: Attention Registrar
 

Update the Admissions Office

Report any changes that occur after your acceptance. This includes: character/fitness or academic offense changes.
 

Check with the Board of Examiners for the state in which you plan to practice

To see if there are steps you need to take now in order to ensure a smooth bar application process at the end of your law school journey.
 

Review the Laptop Policy

Review the Charlotte School of Law Student Laptop Policy. You must have a laptop on the first day of orientation.
 

Return Scholarship Agreement

If you are a scholarship recipient please sign and return the entire agreement (found in your acceptance letter) prior to the first day of orientation by emailing, faxing, or mailing the agreement to the Admissions Department.
 

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