Admission Information

Admission Information to AHUSOL

Seeking admissions into AHU School of Law is a simple process. We welcome diverse students from different backgrounds and experiences that can and will continue to contribute to our environment of educational excellence. The following are the minimum entrance requirements: (Must possess or complete one of the following):

The Associates Degree or great must be from an accredited US college or equivalent.

An official copy of all transcripts or evaluations must be received by Law School within 45 days from the start of class. Students must complete the admissions application, enrollment agreement, and sign any relevant disclosure statements. Students must also submit a resume and personal statement.
A combined total of 60 qualifying semester or 90 qualifying quarter units/credits or greater: Units/credits must be from an accredited US college or equivalent.

An official copy of all transcripts or evaluations must be received by Law School within 45 days from the start of class. Students must complete the admissions application, enrollment agreement, and sign any relevant disclosure statements. Students must also submit a resume and personal statement.
Must pass the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) requirements with a 50 or greater (satisfactory completion of exams): this solution is for all students who do not possess sufficient units.

Admission Steps

  • Completed Online Application with a non-refundable $50.00 Application Fee. Apply online at https://ahulaw.com/signup.php
  • Upload Unofficial Transcripts: Unofficial Transcripts may be PDF, JPG, or PNG file formats. They must be legible for us to evaluate them.
  • Personal Statement between 300-500 words addressing Why do you want to attend Law School and What commitments will you make to achieve this goal?
  • Send us a copy of your Professional Resume
  • Provide Official Transcripts: AHUSOL must receive your official transcript(s)
  • Provide a current government issued photo ID. All students are required to submit documentation of a current government issued photo ID
  • Complete an Enrollment Agreement

Application

Admission Form