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The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid is located just off of the first floor lobby of Drinko Hall, home of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. The office is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We are closed on University holidays.
Michael E. Moritz College of Law
The Ohio State University
Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
104 Drinko Hall
55 West 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-1391
Academic Year Visits
“Fridays @ Moritz” for Prospective Students/Applicants
Thank you for your interest in The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law!
The Spring Semester is a very busy time in the Office of Admissions, and we wanted to be sure that we are sufficiently meeting the needs of our applicants and prospective students – so we will be holding half day sessions on select Fridays called Fridays @ Moritz. During these sessions, there will be an admissions/financial aid overview, a class observation, a tour, a student panel, and an opportunity to raise questions to our Admissions staff.
In the event that none of the sessions work with your schedule, please email Wayland Hinds at firstname.lastname@example.org. Fridays @ Moritz are the only opportunities where we can guarantee all of the aforementioned activities. Any private visit requests will be scheduled based on availability and may be limited to a meeting with an Admissions Representative.
The Open House is an informational session designed to provide you with the opportunity to visit the Moritz College of Law and meet with members of the college’s Admissions Office. The session will cover the application process, financial aid and career service.
Please check back with us over the summer for more information about our Fall 2016 Open House dates!
Admitted Students’ Visitation Programs
Visitation programs are scheduled during spring semester for candidates who have been offered admission. Applicants who are admitted to the Moritz College of Law should plan to attend one of the College’s special visitation programs for admitted applicants. These events are hosted during the months of January through April and provide the opportunity to meet members of the faculty, staff, alumni and student body.
We offer several Visitation Day program formats including half-day programs, one-day programs, and visitation weekends. Overnight accommodations are provided for each visitation program for admitted students residing outside of a 40-mile radius of the Columbus Metropolitan area. If you are unable to make one of the scheduled Visitation Day programs, you should contact the Office of Admissions to schedule an individual visit.
Registration information and visitation program agendas has been sent electronically to all admitted students. If you did not receive the invitation and are interested in attending one of our events, please contact Jimmi Nicholson, Assistant Director of Admissions/Office of Diversity & Inclusion at email@example.com or (614) 688-8212.
Prospective applicants are welcomed to visit the Moritz College of Law during the summer (May through August). We have scheduled days and times for prospective students to visit and tour the law school this summer. Please check back in April for dates for summer visits.
If you are not able to visit during one of our scheduled times, we ask that prospective students call us at least one week in advance to make arrangements for an informational session and/or a tour of Drinko Hall. Please note individual visits are subject to the availability of the Admissions Staff and we are not able to accommodate unscheduled appointments/walk-ins. Also to note, from mid-April until September, there will not be any courses to observe.