Timing of Admissions Decisions
UF Law reviews files on a rolling basis. Applicants could be notified of a decision as early as October, with notifications continuing through early August. Candidates are encouraged to submit the application as soon as possible. Applying early will place applicants in the best possible position for admission and scholarship consideration.
The Wait List Process
In order to ensure that we enroll the target number of students in the entering class, the Office of Admissions creates a “wait list” of candidates each year. Candidates on the wait list are those that UF Law feels are competitive for a possible later vacancy in the entering class. These candidates will be considered for seats in the class that may be available after the deposit deadline, or seats which may become available before the first day of Orientation.
For more information, please read our 2018 the Wait List FAQs.
Petitioning for Reconsideration
An applicant who has been denied admission may request reconsideration only in cases where the applicant has learned of significant material information that was not available at the time of the original application.
Requests must include an explanation of the new information as well as valid reasons warranting reconsideration and should be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn: Assistant Dean for Admissions. Requests may also be sent via mail to: University of Florida Levin College of Law, Spessard L. Holland Law Center, 182 Holland Hall, P.O. Box 117622, Gainesville, FL 32611-7622.
The decision on petition for reconsideration is final and is not subject to further appeal.