The Office of Student Recruiting offers open houses, panels, online chats, and other events to answer prospective students', parents' and partners' questions about our law school community. Our office also sends representatives to many college campuses, law forums, and graduate school fairs throughout the country so that you can have direct contact with us. Our hope is to meet as many prospective students as possible so that we can give them information about our admissions policies, scholarship programs, and the many advantages of attending Miami Law. Visit our Admissions & Recruitment Events Calendar for dates and times.
For those interested in visiting our beautiful campus, we provide directions and information on parking, as well as maps of the campus. In addition, there are many hotels in the area you can consider for your visit. When booking a hotel from the list, remember to contact each hotel directly and request the University of Miami rate.
The Office of Financial Aid helps students navigate the process of applying for loans through FAFSA, GradPlus, etc. It can be confusing, but the office's website provides a great deal of information. If you have questions after visiting the website, don’t hesitate to contact our financial aid experts at 305-284-3115 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Office of Financial Aid also offers various scholarships to qualifying students, ranging from partial to full tuition. These scholarships are exhausted early in the admission process, so to be considered eligible students must have their application completed by January 3rd. To avoid delays during the December holidays, completing your application by Thanksgiving is advised. In addition, Sidley Austin LLP offers the Sidley Prelaw Scholars Initiative, a scholarship that covers the costs of applications, the LSAT and preparation courses as well as LSDAS services.
For detailed information to assist in financial planning, visit our Cost of Attendance page.
Miami is a large, metropolitan city full of diverse housing options and locations in which to live. There are a variety of options within walking and commuting distance of the law school. Here are some available channels to research housing within the area: