"I chose LSU Law Center because I was looking for an affordable school with a good academic reputation and an international perspective. I was also surprised to find students from such broad academic backgrounds."(more)
LSU currently ranks among the top 30 public universities in total research awards. The University's total federal funding; from agencies such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Homeland Security; has increased 86 percent or more than $90 million over the last five years.
An application for nonmatriculating admission should be completed by a student who is currently enrolled in a law school and wishes to enroll at the LSU Law Center for a semester or year as a visiting student. Credit earned as a visiting student cannot be applied toward a degree at the LSU Law Center. Applicants for nonmatriculating admission must submit the following:
An applicant interested in attending LSU Law as a visiting student for one or two semesters should submit a nonmatriculating student application. A letter of good standing must be submitted by the dean of the law school the applicant is currently attending certifying that the student has permission to enroll at the LSU Law Center. The applicant must also submit a petition outlining the reasons for the request to enroll as a visiting student as well as an official law school transcript. The deadline to apply for admission as a visiting student for the Fall Semester is June 15. Credit earned as a visiting student cannot be applied toward a degree at the LSU Law Center.