All information that is required must be provided by the applicant. Applicants will be notified by email regarding admission status. Applicants must complete the application.
- Complete the online application by clicking HERE
- Contact your undergraduate institution and request an official transcript showing your undergraduate degree conferral to be mailed to the address below. The school must be regionally accredited. Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended MUST be submitted for review. The issuing institution(s) may also submit an official transcript to NSU electronically by emailing email@example.com Foreign transcripts will need to be evaluated and translated by an outside agency and meet the requirements of a four year degree in the United States. Transcript evaluation is the applicant's responsibility.
- Submit the $50.00 non refundable application fee, payable by contacting NSU's Bursar's Office at (954) 262-5200.
- Although not required, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a resume/CV for the admissions committee to review.
It is the applicant's responsibility to verify that all of the required documents have been received. Students should contact the program office at 954-262-6367 to verify receipt of the documents
Please note: The University will charge you a non-refundable $50 application fee each time you submit an application. When you are in the process of completing your application, review it carefully before submitting it. If you need to correct or supplement the answers you provided on your application, do not submit a new application. Doing so will result in an additional application fee charge. If there is anything additional you would like to have added to your file, please mail it to the address below.
All admissions material should be mailed:
Nova Southeastern University
Enrollment Processing Service (EPS)
ATTN: Master of Science in Law, Shepard Broad College of Law
3301 College Avenue
P.O. Box 299000
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796
Once received, all admissions materials become property of Nova Southeastern University.