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Schedule a one-on-one phone call or video chat with Stetson 

Our team of counselors are happy to answer any questions you may have about Stetson's Juris Doctor (JD) Program and the application process.

For Admissions-related questions (including merit-based scholarships, which all students are automatically considered for):

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For Student Financial Planning or Veterans Benefits questions related to federal loans or VA benefits, use the links below to book an appointment with a counselor. Note, questions related to incoming scholarship awards should be directed to Admissions.

 

Currently, we are not scheduling in-office admissions appointments.

Virtual Open House Events

To earn a JD from Stetson requires 88 credits. Many students elect to earn one of Stetson's six Areas of Concentration as part of their studies. The next two virtual open houses will explore these concentrations.

December 9: Learn more about Elder Law, International Law, and Social Justice Advocacy.

Join Professors Flowers, Wilson, and Scully as they discuss these areas of concentration.

Register for December 9

January 20: Learn more about Advocacy, Business Law, and  Environmental Law.

Join Professors Boals, Radwan, and Boudreaux as they discuss these areas of concentration.

Register for January 20

Completed Virtual Open Houses:

November 16: Understanding the Admissions and Financial Aid Process (video recording) (PDF Transcript)

Campus Tours

Our campus tours for Fall have concluded as our students' pre-exam reading period begins, and will resume sometime in late January or early February. As soon as those scheduled and ready, they will be posted here.

 

Video Tour of Campus

 

 

You can contact us at lawadmit@law.stetson.edu or 877-LAW-STET to learn more about the Juris Doctor (JD) Degree Program offered at Stetson Law.

Florida's first law school

The Juris Doctor degree is the cornerstone of the legal profession and is required to practice law in Florida and beyond. Our full-time and part-time J.D. degree programs have prepared thousands for significant careers.

Founded in 1900 as Florida's first law school, Stetson University College of Law has educated outstanding lawyers, judges and other leaders for more than a  century.

 

About the area

Florida's first law school, Stetson University College of Law, is located in Gulfport, about 10 minutes away from downtown St. Petersburg and within five minutes of nationally renowned beaches. Stetson's Tampa Law Center (where many of the courses for our part-time JD program students are located) is near the heart of downtown Tampa. For an extended stay, consider visiting the many Tampa Bay attractions.

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