Credit Transfer

AHUSOL Welcomes Transfer Students

Credit Evaluation

Step 1: Credit Evaluation »

For students looking to transfer from an ABA or Committe accredited law school, we highly recommend having your course evaluated by the State Bar of California. This will not only exempt a student from taking the First Year Exam, it will also give them time credit (2 years, 3 years etc.).

Live Interactive, Request Official Transcripts

Step 2: Request Official Transcripts »

While your credits are being evaluated by the Bar, request a copy of your official transcripts from the previously attended law school in preparation of the admission process. An official copy of all transcripts or evaluations must be received by Law School within 45 days from the start of class.

Submit an Application

Step 3: Submit an Application »

Please visit our transfer student application page to submit an application. Once your application is submitted, someone from our admissions department will be in touch with you. In the mean time, we invite you to read our academic catalog for more information.

Submit Documentation

Step 4: Submit Documentation »

Documentation such as official transcripts, resume, statement letter, transcript evaluation results, First Year Exam pass letter (if applicable), First Year Exam exemption letter and other supporting document are due.

Review & Acceptance

Step 5: Review & Acceptance »

Should all required documentation and supporting statements where applicable are submitted, your application will be sent to the Law School Administrator for consideration of your application for admission.

Enrollment & Down-Payment

Step 6: Enrollment & Down-Payment »

Welcome to the next chapter of your education! At this point, the down payment for the program is due. After payment, all access will be granted to all LMS and learning portals.


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