Welcome to the admissions page of the Juris Doctor (JD) program. This page contains information about admission requirements, technology requirements, distance learning, tuition & fees, and the entire application process.
Business & Professions Code Section 6061.7(a) Information Report
Any law school that is not approved by the American Bar Association shall publicly disclose the following information: Admissions data, Tuition, fees, and financial aid, Conditional scholarships, Enrollment data, Number of full-time and part-time faculty, technically trained librarians, and administrators, Average class size of each required course and the number of clinical offerings, Employment outcomes for graduates, and Bar passage data.
All of this information can be found in this comprehensive report:
The disclosures included herein are required by Rule 4.241 of the Unaccredited Law School Rules and Guideline 2.3(D) of the Guidelines for Unaccredited Law School Rules. The law school must provide this information to each prospective student before payment of an application fee, but before payment of a registration fee, and to each new or returning student, prior to payment for any academic term.
The enrolling student must sign this disclosure and the student shall receive a copy of the signed statement. View the student disclosure statement form (Adobe pdf). These disclosures are also available at https://ahulaw.com/important-disclosures/.
Admission Data at a Glance
The Application Timeline
you have the minimum education required to
apply for the program.
important disclossures to understand how
AHUSOL operates the JD program.
an admissions representative will communicate
with you on the status.
of your transcripts, personal statement,
Resume, Photo ID, and more.