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Reserve Seat/Decline Offer

Tuition/Seat Deposit

To reserve your seat in our 2013 entering class, we require a nonrefundable $600 tuition deposit. You may elect to pay the deposit in two installments. You may submit the deposit in one of two ways:

  • Send the nonrefundable tuition deposit in full in the amount of $600. The deposit must be received in the Office of Admissions by April 15, 2013; or
  • Send two nonrefundable $300 installments, equal to a total amount of $600. The first nonrefundable $300 deposit must be received in the Office of Admissions by April 15, 2013. The second nonrefundable $300 deposit must be received in the Office of Admissions by June 17, 2013.

Tuition deposits must be sent directly to the following address:
Office of Law Admission
DePaul University College of Law
25 East Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, Illinois 60604

Tuition deposits can also be paid online through Campus Connection at To pay your tuition deposit online, log onto Campus Connection and click on the following links, "For Admitted Student" >"Tuition Deposit & Fin. Aid"> "Law Tuition Deposit."

You may also call the Office of Admissions at 312-362-6831 to charge the deposit to a credit card. Within 1-2 business days of receipt of your deposit, you will receive an email from the Office of Admissions confirming receipt of your deposit.

Declining Admission

To decline your admission, please send an email to In your email, please include your name, LSAC account number and email address. Your email should state that you wish to withdraw your application and decline our offer of admission for Fall 2013.

Deferring Admission

If you would like to request a one-year deferral, please send a request, including your reasons for seeking a deferral, and electronically in an email to Priscilla Miller, Associate Director of Admissions and Interim Director of Student Records, at

Your request will be considered by the Admissions Committee. You will be notified within 2 3 weeks of the status of your request, which may be granted or denied.

Two year deferral

We generally only approve a two year deferral if you have a two year fellowship or nonprofit work commitment (e.g. Teach for America).