tudents whose primary language is not English must have sufficient command of the English language to benefit from instruction at this university. Coursework is offered entirely in English. It is required that students must be able to communicate effectively in English to complete courses. TOEFL results of 550 or above will be used to determine the extent of English proficiency and thereby, student placement. The I-20 Form for International Applicants is not required as these services are not offered.
Applicants with Foreign Qualifications
Applicants who have qualifications from foreign institutions of higher education need to have their credentials evaluated by any of the following third parties:
Evaluation and Education, Inc.
International Evaluation Service
P.O. Box 20348
Long Beach, CA 90801
Educational Records Evaluation Service, Inc.
777 Campus Commons Rd., Ste. 200
Sacramento, CA 95825-8309
(916) 565-7475/Fax: (916) 565-7476
Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc.
P.O. Box 5140 98011-8029
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3470
(414) 289-3400/Fax: (414) 289-3411
Foundation for International Services, Inc.
19015 North Creek Parkway, Suite 103
Bothell, WA 98011-8029
(206) 487-2245/Fax: (206) 487-1989
Global Services Associates
The Foreign Educational Document Service
P.O. Box 4091
Stockton, CA 95204
2554 Lincoln Blvd. #445
Marina del Rey, CA 90291-5082
(310) 828-5709 /Fax:(310)-828-5709
Evaluation is intended to ensure that foreign degrees are equivalent to the degrees offered by institutions of higher learning in the United States. It is recommended that applicants obtain a course-by-course evaluation. Prospective Law Students seeking more information are strongly advised to contact the Admission's Office.