Frequently Asked Questions for Accelerated Admission Program
Q: What is deadline to apply for the AD program?
A: February 1st is the last day to apply for the AD program.
Q: How many applicants will be accepted through the AD program?
A: There is no set number. We anticipate making numerous offers through the AD program.
Q: Is there a LSAT score or GPA requirement to apply through the AD program?
A: No, all applicants, regardless of their LSAT score or GPA, are welcome to apply through the AD program.
Q: Do you accept the February LSAT test score for the AD program?
A: The last LSAT score we accept for the AD program is the December LSAT score. You can still apply for regular decision with the February LSAT score.
Q: What are the possible decision outcomes with the AD program?
A: AD applicants will either be admitted, denied, or transferred to the regular decision applicant pool. Once in the regular decision applicant pool, there will be no preference given to former AD applicants, and decisions will be offered through the regular admission cycle.
Q: What if I am admitted to Emory Law through the AD program, but I decide I donít want to enroll at Emory?
A: You are not allowed to attend any other law school this year. You can apply to other schools for entrance in Fall 2015.
Q: What if I am admitted to Emory Law through the AD program, but I decide to take time off before I enroll in law school?
A: AD applicants are not permitted to defer their enrollment. If you decide not to enroll this year, you must reapply next year (or at any later time), with no guarantee of admission.
Q: If I apply through the AD program, am I still eligible for the Woodruff Scholarship?
A: Yes, AD applicants are eligible to apply for the Woodruff Scholarship.
Q: Does admission through the AD program affect my financial aid?
A: Merit-based scholarships will be offered following admission through the AD program. However, the exact amount and student loan information will not be available until later in the admission cycle.