Thank you for your interest in Lincoln Law School of Sacramento! Below you will find a checklist to help organize the registration process. Page 6 of our catalog provides detailed information about our requirements for enrollment. Please follow the link below. And if you have questions along the way, please do not hesitate to call our office at (916) 446-1275.
Checklist for Applicants
- File application form.
Enrollment is on a rolling basis. Application fee is $50.00 and can be paid here.
- Complete LSAT’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS) account.
- Take LSAT.
Prospective students must arrange to take the LSAT, which is administered by the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). Applicants must have an official LSAT score prior to admission. It’s recommended that students complete the LSAT according to the following schedule to allow timely completion of the application file: Spring Semester- June or October LSAT
Summer Semester – December or February LSAT
Fall Semester- February or June LSAT Additional information about the LSAT can be obtained from Law Services, Post Office Box 2000, Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940-0998; (215) 968-1001.
- Submit transcripts to CAS.
- Schedule your personal interview.
Once a CAS report has been received, a personal interview between you and the dean of the law school will be scheduled by our office. But, relax! The meeting is less about us and more about you. It’s a time to experience firsthand the one-on-one attention that defines the Lincoln Law School experience and ask questions to confirm that Lincoln Law School is the right fit for you. Please note, these interviews are scheduled for your benefit. In this world of Skype and other conferencing technology, if work commitments or logistics preclude physically attending, please call the office to request an exemption or alternative interview method.
- Receive your notification letter.
When your file is complete and an admission decision has been made, a letter will be sent to notify you of our decision. For applicants whose files are complete by the application deadline, notification letters should be mailed no later than three weeks before registration.
- Pay your deposit.
All students who enroll for the first time are required to submit a $100 nonrefundable deposit to reserve a seat. Deadlines for deposit submission will be specified in the notification letter.
Students must register in person at the Administrative Office on designated days at the beginning of each semester. Dates are as follows:
May 28th-30th Hours: 9 am-7 pm
May 31st Hours: 9 am-5 pm
Office Hours: 9 am-7 pm
New students: Please register in a timely fashion. Otherwise, there will be a late fee charge of $25. Continuing students: Please register in a timely fashion. Otherwise, there will be a late fee charge of $50. Students will receive credit only for those courses for which they are officially registered.