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Accepting or Deferring an Offer
Accepting an Offer
We are pleased that you have selected the University of Florida for your legal education. In order to secure your seat in the Fall 2014 entering class, you should submit your signed enrollment form and your $200 deposit by the close of business on May 15, 2014.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Levin College of Law this fall!
Deferring an Offer
Joint degree candidates who have been admitted to the law school and to a UF graduate program, as well as Teach for America candidates who have been accepted and confirmed, are permitted to defer their admission to the Levin College of Law. Admitted students seeking a deferral must submit a formal request in writing to the Admissions Office and must be approved prior to the May 15 seat deposit payment deadline. Non-joint degree admitted students seeking a deferral for compelling reasons will have their petitions evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Candidates who have questions regarding the deferral process should contact the Admissions Office and ask to speak with a member of the professional staff.
Declining an Offer
Admitted candidates who have decided to decline their Law offer of admission are strongly encouraged to notify the Office of Admissions as soon as possible. To decline an offer of admission, please complete the online form.