Campus Visit

Summer Schedule 2015
June 1- August7, 2015

During the summer Admissions offers some visit options that are specific to whether you are a prospective student (may be applying in the future) or are a current applicant/ incoming student. The law school will to move to our Tenley Campus located one block from the Tenleytown Metro in spring 2016.

- Prospective Students: Since prospective students would enroll after we have moved to our new Tenley Campus, visits for this group address the admissions process and highlight academic programs and the advantages of studying in Washington, D.C.

- Current Applicants and Incoming Students: Those who might enroll this fall 2015 will spend their fall semester in our current facility at 4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW but will complete subsequent time at the Tenley Campus. Student-led tours for this group will focus on preparing to start this fall; what to expect during your first year; housing advice, and visiting areas of the facility frequently used by first-year students.

- No visit activities on Wednesday, July 1st due to a special event.
- Closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day weekend.


For Current Applicants and Incoming Students:
Student-led tour to learn what to expect your first year

For Prospective Students: Admissions Q&A Session

10:00 - 11:00 am

2:00 - 3:00 pm
For Prospective Students: Evening Admissions Q&A Session

For Current Applicants and Incoming Students:
Student-led Evening Highlights Tour
5:00 - 5:30 pm

5:30 - 6:00 pm
For Prospective Students: Admissions Q&A Session

For Current Applicants and Incoming Students:
Student-led tour to learn what to expect your first year
10:00 - 11:00 am

2:00 - 3:00 pm


Space is limited for all visit options, please review the schedule and email the Admissions Reception Desk the following:
- Date of Desired visitAU WCL map
- Time & Visit Activity
- First and Last Name
- LSAC ID # (if available)
- Mailing Address
- Email
- Phone
- If you will bringing one guest

Appointments: If you aren't able to visit for a scheduled activity, you may schedule an informational meeting with an Admissions Counselor. To be fair to all applicants, we do not offer evaluative interviews. Our Committee on Admissions expects candidates to detail their achievements, challenges, and academic abilities in their application materials.

Moving to Tenley Campus:

The law school is scheduled to move to its new Tenley Campus during the 2015-2016 academic year. To learn more about our future 8-acre campus please view this site:

Visitor Information

Information about traveling to Washington, D.C., hotel accommodations, shuttle bus transportation to WCL:

Students chattingAdmissions Reception Desk, Suite 507

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm
Phone: 202-274-4101

Upper-level law students staff the reception desk and main phone line of the Office of Admissions. They are a great resource for prospective students and can answer questions about student life, class offerings, extra-curricular opportunities and studying law in Washington, DC.

Summer 2015 Student Staff:
John Paul, second-year student, graduate of George Washington University, from Whittier, CA
Jameel, third-year student, graduate of Morehouse College, from San Dimas, CA
Edwin, third-year student, graduate of University of Notre Dame, from Nashua, NH