Levin College of Law

Applicant Status Online (ASO)

Applicant Status Online (ASO) »

You will need your LSAC-generated username and password to log on. The Admissions Office will email you your username and password a few days after you submit your application.

Welcome to UF Law’s Applicant Status Online (ASO).

Thank you for applying to UF Law! We appreciate your patience with our admissions process.

UF Law’s Application Status Online (ASO) will allow you to check your application status throughout the admissions process. You may view your current application status and the receipt of materials such as resume, admissions statement and letters of recommendation. You can also read announcements from our admissions team.

Within five business days after submission of the online application, the Levin College of Law will send two emails, one acknowledging receipt of your application and another including instructions on how to access ASO.

To ensure receipt of all notifications from UF Law, please contact admissions@law.ufl.edu with any updates to your email or mailing addresses.

ASO Key Terms

These are the statuses that UF Law uses in the ASO:

Application Received: Your application was received and Admissions is currently verifying documents.

Processing Application and Documents: Your application was either recently received and is being processed or is missing required items. This status will change when all of the required items are received and processed.

All Required Documents Received: All required documents have been received and your application will soon be reviewed.

Under Initial Review by Committee: Your file is complete and the Admissions Committee is currently evaluating your application.

Hold: The Admissions Committee will continue evaluating your file as other applications are received. UF Law receives a competitive pool of applications each year and many files are held for additional consideration. Our decision process is ongoing. At the very latest, we will have a final decision on your file in early spring. In the meantime, the Admissions Committee is very happy to consider any updates to your file, such as an updated resume, letters of recommendation, transcripts and new LSAT scores.