You’ve been accepted to the University of Idaho College of Law. You are now on your way to a promising law career. We hope you give the U of I College of Law as much consideration as we did when we considered your application. To help you with this important decision, we’ve provided some resources that will help you learn more about the U of I College of Law when you enroll this fall.
Registration begins early in the Summer. Notifications will be sent in late July with additional section information. Once a student is registered, Student Accounts will mail bills and instructions for fee payments.
Yes, in person tours are now available at both locations. To coordinate a visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orientation Week is required and begins August 15, 2022. Classes at the law school will begin the following week, starting August 22, 2022. We recommend that you are settled into your living arrangements in early August so you can be prepared for all of the activities and programming during Orientation.
Housing depends on which location you plan to attend.
- Moscow: You may visit the Housing and Residence Life website to learn more about housing opportunities.
- Boise: U of I Boise does not have formal student housing. There are, however, several apartment complexes, condos, townhomes and homes for sale or rent in the region. For a complete list of resources, please consult the University of Idaho Boise website.
All students who enroll at the College of Law must provide a final, official transcript from your undergraduate degree-granting college or university prior to the start of class. Please send your final, official transcript which indicates an awarded degree to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).
Recent graduates will need to send a FINAL, official transcript to LSAC if the previous transcript did not indicate an awarded degree. All enrolling students should review their LSAC account to make sure a FINAL, official transcript was submitted to LSAC, otherwise they will not be able to register for classes.
Students interested in deferring admission should submit a formal written request explaining the circumstances to email@example.com. Requests will be reviewed case-by-case by the Admission Office. Should a deferral be approved, a written confirmation will be sent to the applicant with a contract offer detailing the terms. Seat deferrals are limited to one year and require submitting a new application by March 1 the following year.