When and How to Apply
Indiana Tech Law School accepts applications for the fall semester on a rolling basis beginning September 1.
Binding Early Decision Procedure
If you have determined that you wish to enroll at Indiana Tech Law School, we have a binding early decision application. The application will be available free online from September 15 through December 31. Applying through our early decision process will allow us to assess your application within a smaller pool of applicants (only those for whom Indiana Tech Law School is their first choice) and render a decision within 3 weeks.
Once we have granted you admission, you will have one week in which to withdraw any applications to any other law school to which you may have applied and to pay a single deposit of $300 to secure your seat in the fall. If you accept seat through the early decision program, you also agree that you will not submit a later application to any other law school.
The benefit to applying under our binding early decision program is the opportunity to secure your seat months before regular applicants will be able to do so, to be considered among a smaller pool of applicants, and the reduced deposit fee of one $300 seat deposit rather than two deposits totaling $400.
Regular Decision Procedure
Our regular decision application opened on September 1 and will remain open until July 31. We will review applications on a rolling basis beginning in November and continuing until the class is full or July 31. Apply early for the best opportunity for scholarship consideration.
To apply, please submit your free application (requirements below), to Indiana Tech Law School through the Law School Admission Council’s website.
- Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an institution that is accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Applicants must have a Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score that is less than five years old (when more than one LSAT has been taken, Indiana Tech Law School will consider the highest score).
- Applicants must have a minimum of two letters of recommendation (one must be from someone in the academic community who can speak to your ability to succeed in law school).
- Applicants must submit a personal statement and resume. Your personal statement can cover any topic important to you, but it is helpful to the admissions committee if you include information about your desire to pursue your Juris Doctor at Indiana Tech Law School.
- Applicants must request official transcripts from all institutions attended and have them sent directly to LSAC.
Character and Fitness
Beyond the necessity of passing a state bar examination, in every jurisdiction there are character, fitness, and other qualifications you will need to satisfy prior to your admission to the state’s bar. Prior to your matriculation at Indiana Tech Law School, you are strongly encouraged to determine the licensure requirements of the state(s) in which you intend to practice.
While you are required to answer certain questions related to Character and Fitness as a component of our application, admission to Indiana Tech Law School does not guarantee admission to any bar.
If at any point you have questions or need help with the application process, please contact our admissions office and we’ll be more than happy to assist you!