Accepting our Offer of Admission
FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
To accept our offer of admission and secure your place in our Class of 2024, you must:
- submit an initial non-refundable tuition deposit of $500 by 5pm EST on April 15 (or date indicated on your Applicant Status Online (ASO) status checker) and
- submit an additional non-refundable tuition deposit of $500 by June 1
For students admitted after June 1, your entire deposit payment of $1,000 is due by midnight EST on the date given in your offer of admission.
For students admitted through the Early Decision program, your $1,000 deposit payment is due by January 5.
INCOMING TRANSFER STUDENTS
To accept our offer and secure your place, you must submit your deposit of $500 by the date indicated on your Applicant Status Online (ASO) Status Checker.
You may confirm your intention to enroll and pay your deposit electronically, or you may elect to mail a check or money order to the Office of Admissions. Electronic deposits are paid using the secure service (provided by PayPal) linked below. Please note that all deposit payments must be received by our office by the due date in question.
We are unable to grant extensions of our deposit deadlines. We understand you may be faced with a difficult decision, and the time to make it may seem inadequate. Though we may be in a position to renew our offer of admission later, we cannot guarantee your seat (or scholarship) in the event you miss either of our deposit deadlines.
To submit your confirmation information and deposit electronically, visit our online payment page. Your deposit must be submitted by midnight on the due date.
If you miss the deadline, contact the Office of Admissions to determine whether we are able to renew our offer of admission. Deposits submitted after the due date without authorization will not be refunded and will not automatically secure your seat (or scholarship).
Students may choose to submit either the first or the second deposit by check or money order. Simply complete the online intention to enroll form, and select the appropriate payment method. Note that your check or money order submission must be received at Washington and Lee by the due date. We strongly recommend that you use a reliable express delivery service with tracking (Federal Express, UPS, or the like) to ensure that your deposit arrives on time.
If you Decide to Withdraw
If you decide to withdraw from our class, we (and the students hoping for a seat!) would greatly appreciate it if you would let us know as soon as you make your decision. Please notify us by email to LawAdm@wlu.edu.
We consider requests to defer enrollment on an individual basis. Students wishing to defer enrollment should review our policy and email our office for a Request for Deferred Enrollment form. Students granted deferred enrollment must submit the tuition deposits detailed above.