Summer Visitor Registration Process
The University of Massachusetts School of Law - Dartmouth welcomes visiting students in good standing from other ABA or state- approved law schools to enroll in the summer session.
Visitor summer registration runs from March 25 to April 25. If you wish to apply at a later date, please contact the Law Enrollment Center.
Required Summer Visitor Registration Checklist
- Complete the Visiting Student Application Form (Summer 2013) with non-refundable $50.00 fee.
- Complete the Visiting Student Registration Request (Summer 2013) with full payment.
- Have your law school send a letter directly to the UMass Law, stating that credit earned at UMass Law will be acceptable toward meeting your degree requirements and that you are in good standing.
UMass Law students have priority in registering for summer session. Admission as a visiting student entitles you to enroll in courses on a space-available basis.
Courses without sufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation. Registrants will be notified if any changes are made to the program.
The Law Enrollment Center Office will notify summer visitors if their registration has not been approved or if a course is over-enrolled.
Tuition and Fees
Summer Tuition: $982.00 per credit
Summer Registration Fee: $ 30.00 (non-refundable, one-time fee)
3 Credit Course: $2946.00
Registration Fee: $30.00
Total Cost: $2976.00
Visiting students receive financial aid from their own law school, not UMass Law.
UMass Law Summer Refund Schedule:
Wednesday, May 22 - Last day to drop for 100% tuition refund
Monday, June 3 - Last day to drop for 90% refund
Wednesday, June 12 - Last day to drop for 70% refund
Friday, June 21 - Last day to drop for 50% refund
After June 21 - No refund of charges
(Registration Fee is non- refundable)
Books and Materials
The Campus Store carries all required and recommended textbooks and course materials. Textbooks may be ordered online or in person at the campus book store.
Housing & Residential Life
On-campus suites are available. For details, please contact Brad Rohrer at 508-999-9207.
To transfer credits to your home school, you will need to request that an official UMass Law transcript be sent directly to your school. A signed written request is required. This form is available online from the Registrar's office and at the Law Enrollment Center.