UA Honors Admissions Program
For the first-year law class beginning in Fall 2015, the Law School offers a streamlined application program for select Alabama resident students in good standing at the Honors College at The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa). The program and its specific criteria are subject to American Bar Association standards and annual approval, and, for that reason, are subject to change from one academic year to the next. The streamlined application process normally will result in an admission decision within approximately 24 hours of the Law School’s receipt of the completed application. A personal statement and letters of recommendation are not required. Eligibility criteria for the UA Honors Admissions Program are as follows: For Students of the Honors College at The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa)
- Resident of Alabama
- Senior in good standing at the Honors College at The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa)
- Current Overall University of Alabama undergraduate grade point average of at least 3.80
- ACT score of at least 27 or SAT score (mathematics and critical reading) of at least 1220
- Completed Honors Admissions Program application, including Signed Authorization to Access Records
An LSAT score is not required, but an LSAT score may be necessary for the applicant to apply to another law school as an incoming first-year or to apply to transfer to another law school after the first year.
If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com, or (205)348-5440. UA Honors Admissions Program Instructions and Application
ABA Required Information
2010 40 39 30 1370 3.90
2011 53 53 29 1276 3.91
2012 36 35 29 1257 3.95
2013 25 24 30 1302 3.94 156
2014 14 11 30 1320 3.98 159
2010 2384 543 29 1282 3.61 165
2011 1872 473 29 1326 3.62 165
2012 1679 423 29 1266 3.62 165
2013 1849 454 29 1330 3.64 163
2014 1896 521 29 1303 3.61 163
2 The mean ACT represents the students admitted through the Honors Program and a portion of the other part of the class for whom information was available.
3 The mean SAT represents the students admitted through the Honors Program and a portion of the other part of the class for whom information was available.
4 For 2009 to 2012, the numbers do not include the students admitted through the Honors Program. For 2013, the number does not include the LSAT scores of the students who were admitted through the Honors Program but did not enroll. For Fall 2014, the number does not include scores for four students who did not sit for the LSAT.