When you apply to Creighton School of Law, the Admissions Committee may notify you that you are on the “hold list.” So what does that mean exactly? It means the committee can’t make a decision regarding your application and is setting your application aside. The committee may then review your application later in the admissions cycle, generally in March and April. You will be notified as soon as a decision is made.
If your application is placed on hold, you are welcome, but not required, to submit
- Additional letters of recommendation
- A statement of your continued interest in Creighton School of Law
- An addendum highlighting awards, activities and/or work experience achieved since you first submitted your application
You may lawadmit [at] creighton [dot] edu (submit materials via email) or send a hard copy directly to the law school.
While your application is on hold, we invite you to visit the law school. You can meet with our admissions team, tour the campus, and meet with current students. Your visit will not, however, include an interview with the Admissions Committee.