Additional Requirements for Visitor Applicants
In addition to the general requirements described above, visitor applicants must comply with the following additional requirements.
Letter of Permission and Good Standing
Applicants who have completed two years (four semesters) of study at an ABA-accredited law school may apply for visitor status at the Levin College of Law if they are in good standing and eligible to return to that school.
Visitor applicants must submit a letter from the dean of the applicant’s law school granting permission to the student to attend the University of Florida Levin College of Law, certifying that the student is in good standing and that the law school will apply credits earned at the Levin College of Law to the student’s degree from that law school. This letter must be accompanied by an official law school transcript showing all academic work to date.
Please note that Levin College of Law does not offer part-time status, thus if approved for enrollment, visitors must enroll for at least 12 semester hours of law school courses. Visitors are not permitted to enroll in language or graduate-level courses in other colleges or departments of the University of Florida. Visitors may attend the Levin College of Law for up to two academic terms.