3+3 Program Requirements
Select students are invited to participate in the program. These include students who:
- are admitted to a major in the College of Arts and Sciences or Schools of Business, Engineering, Communications or Health Sciences
- have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale
- score 1200 or higher on the SAT (critical reading plus math) or an ACT composite of 25 or higher
- indicate an interest in “pre-law” or “combined BA or BS/JD” on their application for undergraduate admission
Students who are interested in the program and are close to, but do not meet, these criteria may apply to the undergraduate admissions office for special consideration.
Matriculation into the School of Law
When applying to the law school in their third year, students will be expected to take the LSAT no later than March of that year and achieve an LSAT score equal to, or greater than, the law school’s first-year class median. All applications will be reviewed by the Law School Admissions Committee to make sure the prerequisites are met, and there are no character and fitness issues.
Students who do not meet the GPA and/or LSAT score requirements may still be considered by the Admissions Committee. A score of 155 or higher may be sufficient to increase the student’s undergraduate scholarship to a higher level as the student enters the School of Law. Students scoring at the first-year median or higher will be guaranteed a scholarship in the amount awarded to them as undergraduates. In all cases, the scholarship will be subject to the law school renewal requirements.