We are thrilled to welcome our newly admitted students to the class entering in the fall of 2018! If you have not yet applied to the J.D. program, click here for guidance in the application process. Newly admitted students: Below you will find information and links to help you prepare for your legal education at St. Mary’s University School of Law.
Our J.D. Admitted Student Day takes place April 5. We will be sending you an invitation by email that will provide a link to RSVP. If you would prefer to visit and observe a class on a different day, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can arrange your visit.
You will find helpful forms and contact information at the Office of Financial Assistance.
You can also pay your seat deposit here.
Gateway is the system you will access to find schedules, calendars, the student handbook, confidential exam numbers and much more. Additionally, you will find forms that we ask you to fill out and return to us as soon as possible. We send Gateway credentials by email, so as soon as you receive your personal credentials, please use them to log on to Gateway to become familiar with it.
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Q: How many hours does it take to graduate with a J.D.?
The number of credit hours it takes to graduate is 91.
Q: What are my options if I want to live on campus?
St. Mary’s University offers housing for law students in Chaminade Tower at a competitive rate and added convenience. Chaminade Tower was recently renovated and provides individual, suite-style rooms (where you share a bathroom with another resident). All students who live on campus are required to have health insurance. For more information on housing and rates, contact the Office of Residence Life at 210-431-4312 or at email@example.com.
Q: Am I required to have health insurance if I do not live on campus?
Non-dorm students do not need health insurance. They are welcome to enroll in the St. Mary’s University health plan, however. For more information on student health requirements, including immunizations, contact the Student Health Center at 210-436-3506 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Do I need to apply for a parking permit?
Q: Where can I buy my books?
The St. Mary’s University Official Bookstore can help you find what you need. Students can find the course materials they need by entering the course number and section.