Information for Admitted Students
In June, students will receive a detailed email from the Office of Admissions with their assigned section and detailed instructions on how to access their fall schedule via SalukiNet. The textbook list and course syllabi are available a few weeks prior to the first day of class.
Week One-L, held the week of August 14, 2017, introduces students to the academic and organizational skills that law students must master to be successful from day one. Week One-L is mandatory for all first-year students.
SIU School of Law requires two seat deposits, each in the amount of $250, by the deadlines indicated in your admittance packet. You may pay your seat deposits by mailing a check payable to Southern Illinois University School of Law to the address below or by paying online with a credit card. Seat deposits are non-refundable.
School of Law Office of Admissions
Lesar Law Building, Mail Code 6804
Southern Illinois University
1150 Douglas Drive
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
Housing in Carbondale
A majority of our students elect to live off-campus in Carbondale or other surrounding communities such as Cambria, Carterville, Herrin, Murphysboro, Marion and Anna-Jonesboro.
The Office of Admissions has compiled a list of off-campus property managers to assist in your search. For information about on-campus housing for graduate/professional students, go to University Housing.
We do not require students to use a computer in the classroom; however, a majority of our students will use one for taking notes and exams. Current students use both Mac and PC so it is a personal preference. Please review the minimum computer requirements for Examsoft.
Campus and Community
SIU law students enjoy the advantages that come with a University that is a major research institution. There are a variety of cultural, athletic, educational and recreational experiences throughout southern Illinois that will enhance your educational experience. Read more.
There is an extensive network of support services for students and their families here at SIU and in the surrounding community. Read more.
Cost and Aid
Financial support from the State of Illinois combined with a generous program of scholarships for both incoming and current students allow graduates of the SIU School of Law to enjoy an average debt load that is below the national law school average. Read more.