Apply Online: Visiting Students
Third-Year Visiting Student Applicants
Marquette University Law School welcomes applications from students who would like to enroll as visiting students during the third year of law school. A visiting student applicant must be enrolled in good standing and eligible to continue at an ABA-accredited law school. With the permission of the Dean or appropriate official at the home law school, students may visit at Marquette University Law School provided all courses completed at Marquette will be applied to degree requirements at the home law school. Students may visit for the fall or spring semester, or both.
Marquette University Law School utilizes a paperless JD application process. Candidates apply using the online application. Please refrain from submitting any materials to the Office of Admissions in hard-copy form except where instructed; see Checklist. The application fee payment of $20 must be submitted via credit card or debit check card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa); please do not submit payment via cash, check, or money order. LSAC credential reports will be requested for visiting student applicants.
Visiting student APPLICATION Checklist
All materials relating to admission or the Law School application, once submitted, become property of Marquette University Law School and will not be returned. The following items must be submitted to the Office of Admissions:
- Completed online application;
- Descriptive statements(s) regarding affirmative response(s) to character and fitness questions, if applicable;
- Personal statement (usually discussing the reasons the applicant is seeking visiting student status at Marquette Law School);
- Résumé or curriculum vitae (strongly encouraged);
- A letter of recommendation is not required to complete an application for visiting student admission, but will be reviewed if submitted.
- $20 application fee (payable by credit card or debit card only).
In addition, the following items are required and must be sent via mail directly to the Office of Admissions; do not use LSAC CAS for submission of the following two items:
- Official law school transcript of all work (sealed, official hard copy);
- A letter from the Dean or appropriate official at the applicant's law school stating that the student is in good standing and eligible to continue, and that all courses taken at Marquette University Law School will be applied to the student's degree requirements. Any course work required (or conditions) for the visiting student should be stated in this letter.
Financial Aid Information
Information regarding the electronic version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and related information will be automatically sent to admitted applicants.