Foundations of U.S. Law & Practice Summer Program Application

Important note for applicants: There is a $200 deposit required at the time of application and this deposit will be applied towards the total cost of the program. Deposit must be paid via credit card and is refundable for applicants not admitted into the program.

Enrollment Option

General Information


If you are not a U.S. Citizen, choose one:


(If you have checked this category and are not enrolled in the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University, you must also provide a letter from your foreign student advisor approving transient status).


Refugee or Asylum or Other

English Proficiency

* Please specify a test score or U.S. permanent resident status




Attach Test Score Sheet or documentation verifying your U.S. permanent resident status *

You can submit your test score sheet via .pdf, .doc, .doc, .png, .jpg or .gif

Present Address

Please enter the final date at present address prior to July 1.

Emergency Contact Information

Education Information


Statement of Interest:

Provide a brief summary of your reasons for wanting to attend the full three-week Foundations of U.S. Law and Practice session or the one-week enrollment session. How does participation align with your academic, professional and personal goals?

Please Attach Your Resume Here*

You can submit your resume via .pdf, .doc, .doc, .png, .jpg or .gif


By clicking submit, I agree to the following:
I affirm that the information I have provided on this application form and any other application material is complete, accurate, and true to the best of my knowledge. I authorize each college or school I have attended to release academic and personal information as related to this application upon request by the Ohio State University. I agree to submit other materials, if requested, for this application. I agree that as a student, I will be subject to the Ohio State University Code of student rights and responsibilities. I understand that furnishing false or incomplete information may result in cancellation of admission.