University of Toledo College of Law 3+3 Program
The University of Toledo's College of Law and Marietta College are proud to offer a 3+3 that allows students to earn an undergraduate degree and their Juris Doctor in six years.
3+3 is an accelerated J.D. program, which allows select undergraduate students at partner institutions to earn both a bachelor's degree and a law degree in just six years instead of seven. Students not only save a year of tuition and housing costs, but also enter the job market sooner.
Students who qualify for the latest 3+3 Program must first complete three years of undergraduate coursework at Marietta College. In their junior year, students will take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and complete a College of Law application. Students will begin legal courses at Toledo Law during what typically would be their senior year.
About Toledo's College of Law: Toledo Law was one of the first law schools in Ohio to launch a 3+3 program. In addition to Marietta College, Toledo partners with several undergraduate institutions across Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana, including The University of Toledo College of Arts and Letters, Adrian College, Indiana Tech University, Lourdes University, Siena Heights University, Trine University, and the University of Findlay. Continued growth is anticipated over the next few years. Learn more at www.utoledo.edu/law/.
Marietta College students interested in learning more about the partnership can also contact Dr. Mark Schaefer, Marietta College's Pre-Law advisor, at email@example.com.