Trinity Law School is committed to the principle that a legal career is a calling and that students of all ages, backgrounds, and occupations may sense the call to pursue a legal education. Accordingly, the Admissions Committee selects its students upon consideration of the “whole person.” While test scores and academic experience are important, the Committee also considers a prospective student’s goals, achievements, work experiences, life circumstances, and other criteria that reflect character and potential for academic success. All prospective students, regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, or disability, are welcome at Trinity Law School.

As prospective students, applicants are encouraged to review this catalog and the School Performance Fact Sheet, which must be provided to applicants, prior to signing  an enrollment agreement.