Applying to the Legal Studies Program
Applying to a Legal Studies program at Delaware Law is easy—and does not require an application fee.
- Apply easily online.
- Request that your high school, college, or university forward an official transcript of your academic record. If you have earned a bachelor’s degree, send only your official college transcript.
- A personal interview with an advisor is strongly recommended for all transfer students. Please submit your application and an advisor will contact you shortly.
- Factors considered in the admission process include the following required materials to be submitted with your application:
- proof of high school completion
- college transcripts (if any)
- one letter of recommendation
- personal statement (essay concerning why you wish to pursue your chosen degree program and how you think this degree will further your professional and personal goals, 1-2 pages, single-spaced)
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TODAY! You will be directed to Widener University’s application portal. Select the “undergraduate extended learning” option. While some applicants may already have a bachelor's degree, the paralegal degrees are conferred through the "undergraduate extended learning" office of Widener University, so please select that option in the application portal.
The application steps are illustrated below:
Application Deadline: August 1st for the fall semester; November 1st for the spring semester; May 1st for the summer semester (session one); June 15th for the summer semester (session two).
Attention Transfer Students! Please review our Policies for Transfer Students.
Have questions before you apply? Please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
Here are two exciting ways to learn more about the program!
Attend the on-campus OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, March 21st, from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Learn More or Register Now
Join our online INFORMATION WEBINAR on Monday, March 16th, from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST. Click here to register!
If you register but are unable to attend, you will receive an archived video recording of the session.