George Mason University students have a couple of additional ways to apply to Scalia Law in addition to the traditional JD application process.
“We are thrilled to have Patriots stay in the Mason family.”
Jennifer Stanford, Mason Law Class of 2004
Assistant Dean of Admissions
The 3+3 Accelerated Program offers highly motivated undergraduate students a fast track to earn both a bachelor's degree and a law degree in six, rather than seven, years of study.
503 Admissions Program
This program, governed by the American Bar Association (ABA), allows law schools to accept applicants from their own university without the normally required LSAT score if the students meet certain academic criteria. For Scalia Law the requirements are:
- Scored in at least the 85th percentile with their SAT or ACT;
- Have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.75; and
- Have not taken the LSAT.
This program applies to undergraduate students of George Mason University that have completed at least six semesters of undergraduate coursework.
Any applicant that applies through the 503 Admissions Program that subsequently takes the LSAT will no longer be eligible for the 503 Admissions Program and will be reviewed through the traditional admissions process.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about the 503 Admission Program, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.