Congratulations and welcome to Vermont Law and Graduate School!
This page contains useful information for incoming on-campus students. Information for recently admitted online Hybrid JD students can be found here, and online master's student information can be found here. The admissions staff is here to make your transition to Vermont as seamless and informative as possible. We encourage you to call or email us if you have any questions or need assistance locating information. We are excited to have you join our community.
Toll Free: 888-277-5985
We offer campus tours during the week for admitted students! Visitors are permitted on campus only in adherence to the VLGS Covid 19 policy available here and must have an appointment.
We also invite you to explore our campus and community virtually through a series of resources. Take a virtual tour, RSVP for an open house, attend a live webinar, or schedule a virtual meeting with a JD or Master's Enrollment Counselor.
We will welcome admitted students on campus on Monday, March 27th, 2023 for Admitted Student Day. Register here!
Students that wish to be considered for federal loans must fill out a FAFSA. If you want to be considered for need-based aid you must also fill out the Need-Based Application at myfinaid.vermontlaw.edu. Awards are electronically sent beginning in March and will continue on a rolling basis. Questions? email@example.com
The total deposit amount due is $750. This amount is split into two charges: The first deposit, in the amount of $250, is due by April 15th. The Second Deposit, in the amount of $500, is due by June 1st. These dates may change depending on when you are admitted, please review your admission letter to confirm. We encourage you to submit your Intent to Enroll and tuition deposits online. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, and eCheck. All deposits are non-refundable and will be credited towards the first semester tuition.
Although VLGS does not offer on-campus housing, we maintain a housing website that hosts a searchable database of rental properties as a service to our students. The database is updated regularly. We strongly recommend setting up appointments with prospective landlords prior to visiting campus and securing housing well in advance of orientation. Students are responsible for finding their housing, but please reach out if you need assistance.
Community Relations, Housing, and Emergency Services Program Coordinator
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All offers of admission are contingent upon receiving an official transcript from your degree granting institution with degree earned and date conferred. This must be sent to the Admissions Office prior to the first day of classes. JD students who applied through LSAC are required to update their LSAC account with a final transcript and do not need to mail an additional final copy to VLGS. If the transcript you applied with is your final transcript with a degree conferral date, you do not need to send it again.
Incoming JD students are automatically registered for classes and do not need to take any action. Class schedules are generally available on Campus Web prior to Orientation. Master's and LLM students will register for classes with their adviser during Orientation.
Orientation for all Fall programs will be held during the week of August 21, 2023. Orientation for the Summer Accelerated JD will be held May 25, 2023. More information will be posted as we get closer to Orientation.
Vermont Law and Graduate School does not offer students the option to defer their enrollment to a subsequent year. If you are interested in joining us for the next enrollment year, you can request that we reactivate your application once that cycle begins. This will allow you to use your existing application documents saving you time and fees. Additional documents may be requested. Once reactivated, your application will go through the admissions review process. Admission standards vary from year to year and a prior admission to VLGS does not guarantee admission in a subsequent year. Scholarships are never guaranteed. If you do not enroll in the following year from your initial application, a new application is required.