Loyola’s Early Admit 3+3 Program allows Loyola University New Orleans undergraduate students who have completed three-fourths of their undergraduate degree requirements to have their first year of law school count as their last year of undergraduate credits. Acceptance to this program requires higher entering credentials (LSAT and G.P.A.), and applicants to this program must include a letter of permission from the Dean of their college with their application requirements.
Loyola University New Orleans undergraduate applicants who participate in the University Honors Program must receive an additional letter of permission from the Director of the University Honors Program and are expected to complete their senior thesis in their third year of college. First-year law curriculum courses (e.g. Lawyering I, Moot Court, etc) can replace one Honors course requirement.