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University of Dayton School of Law

Online Hybrid J.D. Program

Overview

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Full-Time or Part-Time

Part-time

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Program Length

The program consists of 11 terms and takes three years and eight months to complete

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Campus Location

Dayton, OH

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Number of Full-Time Faculty

27

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Online Instruction Style

Asynchronous & Synchronous

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Total Credit Requirement

90 credits

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On-Campus Attendance Requirement

Throughout the program’s 11 terms, students attend Get Relevant Experience and Applied Learning (REAL) weeks on campus 10 times in total

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Online Credits

Other than during the Get REAL weeks and the required externship, all of the credits are taught online

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Joint Degree Programs Offered

No

2020 First Year Part-Time Class LSAT

75th Percentile:

158

50th Percentile:

156

25th Percentile:

152

2020 First Year Part-Time Class GPA

75th Percentile:

3.77

50th Percentile:

3.60

25th Percentile:

3.48

Application
Deadline

March 15, 2021
May 1, 2021

Test Type Accepted

LSAT or GRE

Currency

Estimated Tuition

No less than $135,000, in total

Scholarships

Scholarships Offered

For those applicants who are qualified, scholarships may be provided. Students do not need to complete any additional applications in order to be considered for a scholarship

Application Fee

Application Fee

None

Financial Aid Deadline

Financial Aid Deadline

April 1, 2021

Extracurriculars Offered

Mock Trial, Moot Court, and Law Review, among others

Externship Possible

Yes; it is a graduation requirement

Student Support Offered

Each student is provided with a dedicated admissions counselor through the application process. Following enrollment, each student is assigned an advisor who will provide assistance with onboarding and tech help as well as answer questions. There is also a career services team to assist with job placement.