3 + 3 Program
Students may be approved for admission after three years of undergraduate study through the 3+3 Program at these institutions: University of Idaho, College of Idaho, Boise State University, Lewis-Clark State College and Brigham Young University – Idaho.
The University of Idaho 3+3 Law Program allows undergraduate students, with the permission of their major advisor and department chair, to count up to 30 credits of the first year law curriculum toward the completion of the undergraduate degree. This form is required for any student participating in the 3+3 Law Program to verify which undergraduate degree requirements will be fulfilled during the student’s first year of law school.
Students interested in the 3+3 Program must:
- Satisfy all (if any) requirements imposed by the University of Idaho, College of Idaho, BSU, LCSC and BYU-Idaho.
- Have an LSAT score at or above the College of Law’s median, and a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.3 or better.
- Express interest in the program by submitting a “3 + 3 Program Registration Form” to the University of Idaho College of Law Admissions Office during the Spring semester of the student’s sophomore year—no later than May 15.
- Take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) in June following the student’s sophomore year or September during the student’s junior year.
- Apply for admission no later than Jan. 15 of the student’s junior year.
- Provide certification from the appropriate authority at the student’s undergraduate institution that all requirements for the award of a baccalaureate degree, including but not limited to the completion of 96 semester hours or 144 quarter hours, will have been completed before entering the College of Law and that the student will receive a baccalaureate degree if the College of Law first year curriculum (31 credit hours) is successfully completed by the student. (Note: This certification is due at the time of application)