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Admitted Students – Next Steps

Seat Deposit

To secure your seat in the incoming class, a non-refundable deposit of $200 is required by April 15th (unless your acceptance email lists a later date).  Payment can be made with Mastercard or Visa.

Pay Deposit

Registration Commitment Form

The Registration Commitment Form will be emailed to admitted students on June 1, 2024. In lieu of a second deposit, you must complete the Registration Commitment Form by midnight CST on June 15, 2024. Failure to complete the form by the deadline will result in the forfeiture of your seat in the 2024 entering class.

Proof of Undergraduate Degree

Please submit your final official transcript confirming the conferral of your undergraduate degree before Orientation. You may submit your final official transcript via LSAC. You must submit your final official transcript no later than October 15th.  If we do not have confirmation of your undergraduate degree by October 15th, you will be permitted to complete the current semester, however you will be unable to enroll in a subsequent semester until your official final transcript is on file. Upon receipt of your final official transcript, you will receive a confirmation email.

Character and Fitness

All UHLC students are under a continuing obligation to notify the Law Center of any criminal or disciplinary matters that occur before and after admission, and during their enrollment. This includes any citations or charges other than Class C misdemeanor traffic violations. The most common disclosable offenses include failure to appear (usually in connection with a traffic citation), public intoxication, driving while intoxicated, and honor code-type infractions. If you have been cited or charged with any violation of law or if you have received any scholastic disciplinary action, please complete the Character and Fitness Disclosure Template and contact the Office of Admission to amend your application. Character &Fitness FAQs


Texas law requires all students under the age of 22 to be immunized against bacterial meningitis (SB 62).  Entering students will need to provide a certificate signed by a health care provider, or an official immunization record, verifying that the student has been vaccinated against bacterial meningitis or has received a booster during the 5 years prior to registration.  Please check your shot records to ensure you are in compliance. The University has placed a hold on your student account that prevents registration for classes until this requirement is met. Additional information and a list of FAQs can be found here.

Student Accessibility Center

Students with disabilities requesting accommodations, please contact Samantha Ary at 713.743.7466 or You may also visit the Justin Dart, Jr. Student Accessibility Center