How to visit us
Virtual Session Options from May 18 - August 6:
- Application Process and Financial Aid Overview - Thursdays from 3-3:45pm Led by an Admissions Counselor, this small-group session is for prospective students only (not current applicants) and will discuss the application process and introductory financial aid information.
- First-year Experience and Experiential Learning- Mondays from 3-4:00pm
Led by the Associate Director of Admissions and a current law student/recent graduate, this small group session is open to prospective students, current applicants, and incoming students. Topics will include: first-year curriculum; experiential learning opportunities (externships, trial advocacy, clinics, etc); student activities (journals & organizations); and housing tips.
RSVP below by clicking the link associated with a virtual session or for an appointment with a specific Admissions team member.Application Process and Financial Aid Overview - hosted on Thursdays from 3-3:45pm, May 21- August 6: https://calendly.com/auwcladmissions/app-process-and-fin-aid-overview
First-year Experience and Experiential Learning- hosted on Mondays from 3-4:00pm, May 18- August 3: https://calendly.com/auwcladmissions/1l-experience-experiential-learning
Admissions Counselor Alex Richmond
Primary contact for JD prospective students/applicants with last names A-K.
Schedule a virtual appointment: https://calendly.com/arichmon
Admissions Counselor Jamie Katz
Assistant Director of Admissions Nicholas Lim
Primary contact for JD transfer students and those looking to visit for a fall or spring semester. Also manages the JD Transfer for Foreign Lawyers/LLM option. Contact person for international students (needing visas) who are applying/admitted to JD program.
Schedule a virtual appointment: https://calendly.com/nilim
Associate Director of Admissions Brooke Sandoval
Our Admissions staff typically attend more than 120 recruitment events across the country each year. Most of these events are between September and November.
To see if we'll be at a campus or city near you, view our Recruitment Calendar.
Please note: We will be updating and adding events throughout the year.
Many of the events hosted by the law school are open to the public. Please view the law school's Events Calendar.
During summer 2020 the law school will host a number of virtual panels.
Office of Admissions Fall Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 am - 5:00pm
4300 Nebraska Ave, NW, Capital Building, C201 Washington, DC 20016
Admissions Reception Desk Phone: 202-274-4101
Directions to the Office of Admissions:
Visitor Check-in: Prospective students and their guests must check-in at the Warren Building Information Desk located across from that building's entrance on the Terrace Level. All visitors must show a government issued photo ID and will receive a Visitor’s Badge to wear during the visit. After receiving your badge, please walk through The Commons (long, open study lounge) to cross into the Yuma Building. Take the elevators located behind the staircase to the 2nd Floor. From the elevator, follow signage directing you to the Capital Building and the Office of Admissions (Capital C201).
Traveling to American University Washington College of Law:
By Metro –Take the Red Line to Tenleytown/AU Metro Station. At the top of the long escalator, bear right to take the next escalator to the street level. This will bring you to Wisconsin Avenue. Turn right and walk down Wisconsin Avenue, crossing Albemarle Street, and one block to Tenley Traffic Circle. Past St. Ann’s Church you’ll see the law campus in front of you. Follow along the sidewalk so the law campus and flagpole is on your right, and then you’ll see the Warren Building entrance ahead of you (near the driveway to garage).
By Car – Admissions provides complimentary parking for prospective students in the law school garage. You will need to show a photo ID at the garage entrance. Enter the garage at 4300 Nebraska Ave, NW. Immediately after stopping to check-in with attendant, turn left down the ramp to level P2 and park near section A in the garage closest to the Warren Elevator. Please use complimentary parking access code included in your visit confirmation email at the kiosk located inside the garage elevator lobby—you will need to enter your license plate number. If you forget to bring the access code, you will need to purchase a permit at the kiosk ($2.00 per hour). Any vehicle without a permit or access code can be ticketed. After you have finished at the kiosk, take Warren elevator to the Terrace level, exit to the right and the Warren Information Desk (where you will get your Visitor's Badge) will be to the right.