Visit the UH Law Center
Law Center Tours
Calhoun Lofts Tours
Online Information Sessions
Meet with the Admissions Staff
The Office of Admissions invites you to visit the Law Center to learn more about us. Prospective students may visit a class, take a tour, or attend one of several information sessions throughout the application season. Out-of-town applicants are also encouraged to visit us at one of our many recruiting events across the nation. For more information on these opportunities, please call 713-743-2280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer 2016 tours will be available May 16th through August 19th on Mondays and Thursdays at 12pm. Please note, there will not be a tour on May 30th or July 4th due to Memorial Day and Independence Day. Tours last approximately 40 minutes. Appointments are required so that we can arrange for a tour guide to be available.
You may schedule a tour by calling 713.743.2280 or by sending an email to email@example.com in advance of the date you would like to visit. If you will be traveling from out-of-town, please confirm your appointment prior to making your travel plans as our Admissions staff are frequently traveling to recruiting events nationwide and may not be available for appointments or tours on certain days.
Please arrive at the Office of Admissions prior to the tour time, and be sure to allow sufficient time to locate the law school and find parking. Latecomers should update the Office of Admissions as to their expected arrival time by calling 713-743-2280. Please note that multiple guests may be scheduled for a certain tour, so it may not be possible to delay a tour for latecomers. Missed tours may be rescheduled for a later date.
The Office of Admissions is happy to arrange a visit to a first year law school class during the Fall and Spring semesters. Class visits are by appointment only, and should be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance of the class you would like to attend. Class visits may be scheduled by calling 713.743.2280, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Fall 2016 class visits will be available September 6th through November 17th.
Once your class visit is scheduled, please help us extend the following courtesies to the professor and students whose class you will be visiting: visitors must be escorted to the classroom prior to the start of class, and must stay for the entire class period so as not to disrupt the class. We regret that we cannot seat latecomers once class has begun, so please arrive at the Office of Admissions at least 15 minutes prior to class time. Please be sure to allow sufficient time to park and locate the Law Center.
While you are on campus, you may also want to visit the Calhoun Lofts. The Calhoun Lofts are on-campus housing for our law students, conveniently located directly across the Law Center’s parking lot. Please visit http://www.uh.edu/housing/housing-options/calhoun-lofts/ for more information. In addition, if you would like to schedule a tour, you can do so online by visiting http://www.uh.edu/housing/housing-options/tour/tour-form/.
The Office of Admissions hosts a number of Information Sessions designed to give prospective applicants a general overview of the admissions process and the UH Law Center J.D. program. Tours of the Law Center will be available before or after each session. The (approx.) 90-minute programs will conclude with a Q&A session by Dean Jamie West Dillon, the Assistant Dean for Admissions.
Please RSVP for the Information Session here.
The Office of Admissions will also host several Online Information Sessions. If you are unable to visit the Law Center in person, this is your opportunity to view the same presentation we use for our on-campus sessions, and will allow you to ask questions in real time. The online information sessions are scheduled for the following dates and times. Please note that all session times are Central Standard Time.
There are no online information sessions scheduled at this time.
The Office of Admissions hosts several small group advising sessions to help prospective applicants learn more about UH Law Center programs, the admissions process, and more. The sessions are an informal setting where you may ask questions to a member of the admissions staff. In fact, the session will be devoted to answering your questions and those posed by the other attendees. You may find you benefit from hearing the answers to questions posed by other prospective students. To read more about the Group Session, please visit the UHLC Admissions Blog.
There are no group sessions scheduled at this time.
The University of Houston Law Center participates in Law School Forums, graduate & professional school fairs, and other events throughout Texas and around the country. We encourage you to visit us at an event in a city near you. Schedule.
Members of the admissions staff are available to speak with prospective applicants by appointment Monday through Friday. Appointments are available for phone or in-person consultations. Here are some tips to make the most of your appointment :
If you have applied to the JD program and were not offered admission, we encourage you to speak with a member of the admissions staff before applying again in a subsequent year. Application files are archived for one year. If you come in for counseling within the year that your file is archived,we will review your previous application file with you, helping you to identify strengths and weaknesses in your application, and explain to you the application review process. Re-applicant counseling is intended only to assist applicants in strengthening their applications. It is not required, and should not be regarded as an interview or forum for requesting reconsideration. Re-applicant counseling is offered from July-October.
For internet mapping, the best address to enter is 4604 Calhoun Road, Houston TX 77204.
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The Law Center is in the far northeast corner of the main campus, where Calhoun Road “dead ends” one block north of the intersection of Calhoun Rd and University Drive, just southwest of the intersection of Elgin and Spur 5. Click here for an interactive campus map to help you locate the Bates Law Building, the Law Library, Parking Lot 19B, the East garage, or the Visitor’s parking garage.
Visitors have two parking options: