Welcome to the Incoming Class

Reserve Your Seat in the Incoming Class

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    Respond to Your Offer of Admission

    Please respond to your offer of admission by April 1, unless your offer letter indicates a different date. If you do not intend to accept your offer of admission, please notify us immediately so that we do not hold your seat in the class and can offer it to another applicant.

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    Submit Your Deposit

    The commitment deposit is $500 USD.  It is non-refundable and will be applied to your tuition and fees.

    The first deposit of $250 USD is due by or before April 1 and the second deposit of $250 USD is due by or before August 1, unless your offer letter indicates different dates. Your seat cannot be guaranteed if you do not submit your deposit by these dates. You may submit the full $500 USD deposit by or before your first deadline, if you prefer.

    Commitment deposits, payable to University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, are accepted online through Titan Pass (preferred) or via mail.  Deposits submitted via mail must be received, not postmarked, by your deposit deadlines.

    Online Through My Portal & Titan Pass

    • Login to My Portal with your Titan Pass ID and PW.
    • Select: Self-Service – Student > Student Profile > Student Account > Pay Now * (CashNet) > Make a Payment > Law Deposit
    • Enter the necessary information
    • Forward a copy of the receipt confirmation to lawadmissions@udmercy.edu

    Mail
    Please mail checks to the address below.  Deposits submitted via mail must be received, not postmarked, by your deposit deadlines.

    University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
    ATTN: Admissions
    651 E. Jefferson Ave.
    Detroit, MI 48226

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    Submit Your Transcript

    Your offer of admission is contingent on the receipt of your final official undergraduate degree transcript.  Both the Detroit Mercy Law Admissions Office and the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) need to receive by August 1 your final official transcript from your undergraduate degree-granting institution that includes the date your degree was granted.  After Detroit Mercy Law receives your final official transcript, we will register you for your first-year courses. If your transcript is not received by the due date, your seat in the class cannot be guaranteed. If you are provided an extension, you will be administratively withdrawn if your transcript is not provided to Detroit Mercy Law by October 1.

    Detroit Mercy Law accepts transcripts at lawadmissions@udmercy.edu (preferred) or Detroit Mercy Law, Admissions, 651 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, MI 48226.

    Directions for submitting transcripts to LSAC are available here.

Experience Detroit Mercy Law

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    Schedule a Tour

    The Admissions team is offering tours by appointment. Tours must be scheduled in advance and drop-ins are not permitted. 

    Please see our most up-to-date masking policy.

    For the most up-to-date Covid-19 information, please visit the Titans Together site.

    Schedule a Tour

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    Admitted Student Parking

    Admitted students who are visiting Detroit Mercy Law for a scheduled tour or class observation should park in the Larned lot directly across the street from the law building.  Upon arrival, use the main entrance directly across the street from the parking lot at the top of the entrance ramp.  Check in with the admissions team in the Student Services Center, immediately inside the main entrance.

    View a map here.

    All guests and visitors must inform the admissions team of their visits to ensure they do not receive a parking ticket or have their vehicle towed.

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    Aug. 11 & 12: Border Crossing, International Students

    This event is required for international students.  All non-US citizens in the US JD program must participate.  All students in the Dual JD program who are not dual citizens of both the US and Canada must participate.

    To ensure your visa is processed correctly before the start of Detroit Mercy Orientation, we have designated Thursday, August 11, and Friday, August 12 as the first-year student border crossing dates.

    Students will meet in the Hum space in the basement level of the CAW Student Centre on the University of Windsor campus.

    • Students with last names beginning with letters A-K will cross on Thursday, August 11.
    • Students with last names starting with L-Z will cross on Friday, August 12.

    You need to make arrangements to be in Windsor on your designated day so you can cross the border and process. We strongly recommend you process your visa at the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel. The agents there are familiar with our program and will be expecting students on the dates listed above.

    To help you understand what will happen on crossing day (and at the border), we are hosting a virtual 'Border Crossing 101' session on Wednesday, August 3. Please register for the session here. You will receive the link to join the session once you have registered.

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    Aug. 15-19: Orientation

    Visit the Orientation page for the most up-to-date information

    Food Allergies & Dietary Restrictions

    Orientation will be the week of Aug. 15.  Please plan for in-person orientation and please bring a mask. Orientation is REQUIRED and will include academic and social opportunities. As more information becomes available, we will share it with you here.

    ACTION REQUIRED: Prior to orientation, read the following required textbooks.
    • Reading Like a Lawyer 2nd edition, by Ruth Ann McKinney (ISBN-10: 9781611631104)
    • Expert Learning for Law Students 3rd edition, by Michael Schwartz and Paula J. Manning (ISBN-10: 1611639654)—Chapters 1-6
    • The Color of Law a Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, by Richard Rothstein (ISBN-10: 9781631494536)

    Orientation Parking

    Most students will need to park in the BSBS structure on the corner of Congress and St. Antoine, which is the 1L parking lot. Students will not be charged for parking during orientation. The gates at the parking structure will be opened one hour before orientation begins and will close one hour after orientation ends. All parents and partners should park in the BCBS lot for their session as well.

     

    Orientation Week Bookstore Hours
    Monday: Noon - 7 p.m.
    Tuesday - Friday: Noon - 5 p.m.

     

    Orientation Schedule
    Orientation begins promptly at 10 a.m. M - F.  Please arrive early each day to give yourself time to report to your assigned classroom.

    Monday
    • 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. (US JD & Dual JD)
    • Check in opens at 9:30am
    • Session for Parents and Partners: 3 - 5 p.m. Register HERE.
    • Closing Ceremony and Reception (Speaker: Judge Kristine Robinson Garrett '10): 5 - 7 p.m.
    Tuesday
    • 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (US JD)
    • 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Dual JD)
    Wednesday: Service Day (Wear your Power of 1 Community T-Shirt)
    • 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    Thursday: Choose Your Own Adventure Day
    • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. (US JD)
    • 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Dual JD)

    Friday: Speaker Stephen Henderson

    • 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. (US JD)
    • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. (Dual JD)

    Orientation Dress Code
    Business casual is the recommended dress code for orientation.  Jeans are acceptable when appropriately paired with other outfit components.

    You will meet colleagues and legal professionals, including faculty, alumni, judges, etc., at orientation.  You should be mindful of how your wardrobe choices contribute to first impressions.

     

    Orientation Materials
    For the first day of orientation, please bring: 
    • Your required reading books 
    • Something to take notes with. This can be your laptop or a notebook and writing utensils. 
    • A mask. When you are not eating or drinking, a mask is required to be worn. 
    • A water bottle. There will be many of you in a room and it can get warm.
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    Aug. 22: First Day of Class

US JD 1L Fall Books

Below you will find a list of books you will need for your classes in your first semester of law school. Do not order books until you know what section you are in, as some of the sections have different books. Read carefully and pay close attention to the edition that your professor is requiring you to buy.

Be sure to order your books as soon as you can. There will be assignments to be completed for the first day of class. Books can be ordered through the Detroit Mercy Law Bookstore for in-store pickup if you are concerned about shipping time.

If you do not know your section, US JD students should reach out to Grace Henning, Director of Admissions and Communications at henningr@udmercy.edu.

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    Section 1

    Contracts w/ Professor Archerd


    Civil Procedure w/ Professor Richards

    • Bahadur, Rory, Civil Procedure: An Active Learning Approach (West rev. 1st ed. 2021) ISBN: 978-1-63659-0
    • Spencer, Federal Civil Rules Supplement 2022-2023 (West 2022) ISBN: 978-1-63659-929-8

    Property w/ Professor Trudeau

    • REQUIRED: Dukeminier, et al., Property: Concise Edition (3rd edition, 2021) – ISBN: 978-1-5438-2631-9
    • RECOMMENDED: Burke & Snoe, Examples & Explanations: Property (6th Ed., 2019) – ISBN: 978-1-5438-1296-1

    Criminal Law w/ Professor Broughton

    • Ohlin, Criminal Law: Doctrine, Application, and Practice (3rd ed). ISBN: 9781543835120
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    Section 2

    Contracts w/ Professor Harris

    • REQUIRED: Contract and Related Obligation: Theory, Doctrine, and Practice (American Casebook Series) 7th Edition. ISBN: 978-1-63459-651-0
    • RECOMMENDED: Principles of Contract Law (Concise Hornbook Series) 4th Edition. ISBN: 978-1-64020-213-9

    Civil Procedure w/ Professor Henning

    • Bahadur, Rory, Civil Procedure: An Active Learning Approach (West rev. 1st ed. 2021) ISBN: 978-1-63659-0
    • Spencer, Federal Civil Rules Supplement 2022-2023 (West 2022) ISBN: 978-1-63659-929-8

    Property w/ Professor Belian

    • FIRST DAY REQUIRED: Property: Concise Edition, Third Edition, by Jesse Dukeminier, James E. Krier, Gregory Alexander, Michael Schill, Lior Jacob Strahilevitz. (Wolters Kluwer) ISBN 9781543826319. (To be used all year)
    • By late September: Possessory Estates and Future Interests Primer, 4th edition by Peter T. Wendel. (West Academic) ISBN 9781636593074.

    Criminal Law w/ Professor Broughton

    • Ohlin, Criminal Law: Doctrine, Application, and Practice (3rd ed). ISBN: 9781543835120
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    Applied Legal Theory and Analysis

    ALTA Section 1 w/ Professor Lockwood

    • Mckinney, Ruth Ann, Core Grammar For Lawyers (11th Edition, Carolina). ISBN 13: 2810017926181
    • Williams, Carolyn, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, seventh edition(ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6)
    • Sloan, Schwinn & Edwards, Basic Legal Research Workbook, revised fifth edition, (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0458-4)
    • Lockwood, Cristina, Michigan Legal Research, fourth edition, (ISBN Paperback: 9781531018542) (ISBN EBook: 9781531018559)
    • Christopher Soper & Christine Lockwood, Successful Legal Analysis and Writing: The Fundamentals (5th ed. West 2022). ISBN: 9781636599342

    ALTA Section 2 w/ Professor Sherowski

    • Michigan Legal Research, fourth edition, Lockwood (ISBN Paperback: 9781531018542) (ISBN EBook: 9781531018559)
    • Basic Legal Research Workbook, revised fifth edition, Sloan, Schwinn & Edwards (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0458-4)
    • ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, seventh edition, Assn. of Legal Writing Directors and Carolyn Williams (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6)
    • A Lawyer Writes, Third Edition, Coughlin, (ISBN-13: 978-1531008765, ISBN-10: 1531008763)

    ALTA Section 3 w/ Professor Wouters

    • Michigan Legal Research, fourth edition, Lockwood (ISBN Paperback: 9781531018542) (ISBN EBook: 9781531018559)
    • Basic Legal Research Workbook, revised fifth edition, Sloan, Schwinn & Edwards (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0458-4)
    • ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, seventh edition, Assn. of Legal Writing Directors and Carolyn Williams (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6)
    • A Lawyer Writes, Third Edition, Coughlin, (ISBN-13: 978-1531008765, ISBN-10: 1531008763)

    ALTA Section 4 w/ Professor Olumba

    • Carolyn V. Williams, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (7th ed. 2021) ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6
    • Christopher Soper, Cristina D. Lockwood, Bradley G. Clary & Pamela Lysaght, Successful Legal Analysis and Writing:  The Fundamentals (4th ed. West 2017)
    • Cristina D. Lockwood, Michigan Legal Research (4th ed. 2021), ISBN 9781531018542 (paperback); ISBN 9781531018559 (ebook)
    • Amy E. Sloan et al., Basic Legal Research Workbook, (5th ed. 2020) ISBN 978-1-5438-0458-4.

     

    ALTA Section 5 w/ Professor Richards

    • A Lawyer Writes, Third Edition, Coughlin, (ISBN-13: 978-1531008765, ISBN-10: 1531008763)
    • ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, seventh edition, Assn. of Legal Writing Directors and Carolyn Williams (ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6)
    • Aspen Handbook For Legal Writers (5th Edition, 2021) Bouchoux, Deborah E., . ISBN: 9781543809213
    • Michigan Legal Research, fourth edition, Lockwood (ISBN Paperback: 9781531018542) (ISBN EBook: 9781531018559)

     

    ALTA Section 6 w/ Professor Trudeau

    • Christopher Soper & Christine Lockwood, Successful Legal Analysis and Writing: The Fundamentals (5th ed. West 2022). ISBN: 9781636599342
    • Carolyn V. Williams, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (7th ed. 2021) ISBN: 978-1-5438-0777-6
    • Cristina D. Lockwood, Michigan Legal Research (4th ed. 2021), ISBN 9781531018542 (paperback); ISBN 9781531018559 (ebook)
    • Amy E. Sloan et al., Basic Legal Research Workbook, (5th ed. 2020) ISBN 978-1-5438-0458-4.
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    Dual JD Books

    Dual JD US Criminal Law Module w/ Broughton

    Ohlin, Criminal Law (3rd edition, Aspen Publishing, 2021)

     

    All Sections of ALTA

    ALWD & Carolyn V. Williams, ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (7th ed., Aspen 2021).

    Christine Coughlin, et al., A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis (3rd ed., Carolina Academic Press 2018).

    Cristina D. Lockwood, Michigan Legal Research (4th ed., Carolina Academic Press 2021).

     

    ALTA w/ Professor St. John's Section Only

    Joan Rocklin et al., An Advocate Persuades (Carolina Academic Press 2016).

Set Up Your Titan Access

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    Titan Number

    You will receive your student ID number (T-number) via email.  You may need to reference your number when communicating with Detroit Mercy departments and offices.

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    My Portal & Titan Pass

    You will be connected to Detroit Mercy through My Portal—the University’s online portal.  You will receive your Titan Pass credentials (a username and temporary password) and instructions for setting up your account via email.  IT support is available here and through the University help desk at 313-993-1500 or helpdesk@udmercy.edu.

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    Titan Email

    Set up your Titan Email

    • Go to https://portal.office.com
    • Email: your Titan username followed by @udmercy.edu
    • Initial password: will be communicated to you via email

    Instructions for connecting your Detroit Mercy email with your electronic devices are available here.

    Admitted students are required to regularly check and respond to emails and phone messages.  Prior to August 1, we will use the email you provided on your application.  Beginning August 1, all email communications to incoming students will be sent to their Detroit Mercy Law Titan email account.

    Please update your contact information—email, phone, and address—with the Admissions Office at lawadmissions@udmercy.edu to ensure you receive important information prior to classes. 

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    Incoming Class Facebook Group

    This social forum will help you connect with classmates prior to and during law school. Once you have submitted your deposit, you will be able to join the Facebook group. 

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Prepare for Your Financial Investment in Your Legal Education

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    View Tuition Rate & Cost of Attendance

    Please review the tuition rate and cost of attendance budget to understand your financial investment in your legal education.  Please contact the Law School Financial Aid team with questions at 313-596-0213 or lawfinaid@udmercy.edu.

    Additional financial aid information is available on the Financial Aid webpages.

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    Plan Your Finances

    Most Detroit Mercy Law students finance their education through a combination of graduate student loans and lines of credit, scholarships, and income from employment or savings. Learn more about these options here.

    The Law School Financial Aid team is available to discuss funding options and to help connect you with resources to finance your investment in your legal education at 313-596-0213 or lawfinaid@udmercy.edu.

    Additional financial aid information is available on the Financial Aid webpages.

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    Apply for US Federal Financial Aid

    Students applying for US federal financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  The priority deadline is July 1; however, the FAFSA is open now and we recommend completing it immediately to ensure timely processing of your financial aid package. The FAFSA is available at https://studentaid.gov/.  Our institution code is 002323. We process loans as one University, so the only school listed will be University of Detroit Mercy.  Learn more about applying for aid here.

    If you need help completing your FAFSA, please contact the Law School Financial Aid team at 313-596-0213 or lawfinaid@udmercy.edu.

    Additional financial aid information is available on the Financial Aid webpages.

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    Start Saving for Fall Books and Supplies

    Students will need to purchase textbooks prior to the start of the fall term so that they are prepared at orientation and on the first day of class.  Textbook costs often range from $1,000-1,600 for the fall term.  Do note, however, that some of the books that you purchase for fall classes will be the same books you use for winter classes.

    Many students rely on federal financial aid to cover the costs of these law school books and supplies.  However, per federal regulations, aid cannot be disbursed until shortly before classes begin. Therefore, waiting to purchase books until federal aid is received does not provide adequate time to prepare for orientation and the first week of class.

    Students are encouraged to start saving for these expenses early.  Some students use a credit card and pay off the amount as soon as their loan money becomes available.  Other students use the library prior to the start of the fall term, as the library typically keeps one copy of the first-year required texts available at the reference desk for in-library use.  However, with only one copy, this solution is often not ideal.

    Students with concerns are encouraged to reach out to the Law School Financial Aid team at 313-596-9417 or lawfinaid@udmercy.edu.

    Additional financial aid information is available on the Financial Aid webpages.
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    Accept Your Financial Aid

    Please complete the following to ensure quick receipt of your financial aid.

    1. Accept your award on My PortalSelf-Service - Student Profile > Financial Aid
    2. Complete all of the federal requirements at studentaid.gov  
      • Entrance Counseling
      • Master Promissory Note(s)
    3. Receive credit approval for any credit-based loans (Graduate PLUS, alternative loans)
    4. Set up direct deposit to receive your loan refund for indirect expenses
      • My Portal Personal ProfileDirect Deposit
        • Select Add New
        • Input bank information
    5. Notify the Financial Aid Office if you:
      • Change your division/enrollment level
      • Receive an external scholarship or aid (VA benefits, employer payments, vocational rehabilitation, etc.)
    6. Have finances other than student loans to purchase some materials prior to orientation, as aid cannot be disbursed until shortly before classes begin, per federal regulations.

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Important Notices

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    Update Your Contact Information

    Please notify the admissions office of any updates to your contact information (email, phone, and address) to ensure you receive important information prior to classes. Admitted students are required to regularly check and respond to emails and phone messages. Emails from Detroit Mercy Law will be sent to your Detroit Mercy email beginning August 1.

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    Disclosure Requirements & Amendments to Your Application

    At the time of your application, you certified that all the information contained in your application was true and complete. You also certified that, if any answer or portion of any answer was not true or complete or ceased to be true or complete, you had a continuing obligation to inform the Law School. If you failed to disclose information on your application, especially regarding any academic, criminal, or disciplinary information, you are required to inform the Admissions Office in writing at lawadmissions@udmercy.edu as soon as reasonably possible. If necessary, please update your application as soon as possible to preclude any complications with your law school admission and application for admission to state bar associations. Discrepancies between your bar application and your law school application for admission could result in the rejection of your application to a state bar. Failure to disclose, provide forthright answers, or make required updates to the application may result in revocation of admission, reporting of the offense to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), or other disciplinary action.

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    Character and Fitness

    In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every US jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners. You may review the State Bar of Michigan’s rules and guidelines online at www.michbar.org.

Action Required for Fall 2022

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    Summer Reading

    Many students ask how to best prepare for law school over the summer.  While we recommend simply enjoying your summer and showing up for law school refreshed and ready to work hard, you may want to get a jump start on the required orientation reading.

    • Reading Like a Lawyer 2nd edition, by Ruth Ann McKinney (ISBN-10: 9781611631104)

    • Expert Learning for Law Students 3rd edition, by Michael Schwartz and Paula J. Manning (ISBN-10: 1611639654)—Chapters 1-6

    • The Color of Law a Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, by Richard Rothstein (ISBN-10: 9781631494536)

    Also, if you regularly read for pleasure, we recommend finishing any books on your radar over the summer, as many law students report that they do not have time for pleasure reading during law school due to the high volume of legal reading required for classes.

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    Order Your Books

    To view the books per your section, visit US JD 1L Books.

    You should order your books prior to the start of classes, as you will have lengthy required reading assignments due the first day of class.  You can check the status of your book lists using the Detroit Mercy Law Barnes and Noble Bookstore website. Please note that you will need your course schedule, which will be available in My Portal late July or early August. Many professors also post their book lists in My Portal

    If you have financial concerns about securing your fall term books prior to the start of classes, contact the Law School Financial Aid team at 313-596-0213 or lawfinaid@udmercy.edu.

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    Pay Your Tuition

    Tuition is due by the first day of classes.

    Pay online through My Portal
    Students may make payments on My Portal from checking or savings accounts, as long as the bank is located in the US. Students may also make payments through Titan Pass using a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express credit or debit card, but there is a 2.75% convenience fee.

    Pay online through Flywire (International Payments)
    Detroit Mercy has partnered with Flywire to streamline the tuition payment process for international students. The service provides a safe, cost-effective, and convenient method of making payments to Detroit Mercy in foreign currencies. You can track the progress of your payment throughout the transfer process via a student dashboard and you will be notified via email when your payment is received by Detroit Mercy. To begin the payment process click the button below or visit: https://flywire.com/pay/udmercy.

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    Pay by check or money order
    Students may pay by paper check or money order (preferably in US funds) made payable to University of Detroit Mercy. Checks and money orders not payable in US funds will have amounts adjusted according to the exchange rate in effect at the time of receipt by the University's bank. Checks and money orders must include the student's T-number. These payments may be brought into the Law School Student Service Center or mailed to the Law School Student Services Center.

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    Request a Parking Permit

    All students are required to have a valid parking permit to use the Detroit Mercy Law parking lots.

    Larned Lot
    While the Larned Lot is reserved for upper-level students, admitted students may use this lot before the first day of class.   View the lot and get directions here.

    1L Lot at Blue Cross Blue Shield
    First-year students must park in the 1L Lot beginning the first day of class.  View the lot and get directions here.

    Parking Permit Fees
    • Academic Year: $515.00
    • Per Term, Fall/Winter:  $257.50 per term
    • Summer Only: $50.00

    How to Request a Permit
    1. Register online (link coming soon).

    2. Bring your vehicle registration and student ID to the Student Service Center and pick up your parking permit.  If you do not have your student ID yet, you will need to know your T-Number and present another form of picture ID.

    Carpoolers: ALL MEMBERS of the carpool must come in together as a group and each member must present their student ID and vehicle registration if they will be using their vehicle as part of the carpool.

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    Upload a Picture for Your Student ID

    Detroit Mercy uses the GET Photo app to give students an option to safely upload an appropriate photo that can appear on their student ID. Please review this document for the steps of how to upload a picture. Students can follow the steps to upload a photo before orientation. 

    There will be an opportunity to take a picture during orientation, however, by uploading a picture, students avoid long lines or waiting for your ID.

    You must upload a picture to the app by August 17 to ensure your ID is ready by the time classes start.

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    Detroit Mercy Vaccination Policy

    The University requires all students to provide proof of vaccination OR apply for, and receive an approved exemption. All details on how to upload or apply are shown below.  

    Please upload your proof of vaccination HERE. You will need to be logged into your Detroit Mercy email account to access this form.

    You may request an exemption. Please review the exemption and reviewing the process HERE. You may apply for your exemption HERE.

    If you have any difficulty uploading your information, you may also send it directly to studentwaiver@udmercy.edu

     

    Full Vaccination

    • Full vaccination means you have received all doses of a primary vaccine, such as two doses of Moderna or Pfizer, or one dose of Janssen/J&J.

    Boosters are NOT required, but strongly encouraged by the CDC and public health officials. You can immediately reduce your risk from serious illness by being vaccinated, and also by receiving your booster as soon as you are eligible. Please review the data supporting the need for a booster dose found HERE.   

    If you have any questions about our vaccination policy, you can email lawadmissions@udmercy.edu or call 313-596-0264. 

Schedule Your Scholarship Interview

Scholarship interviews are by invitation only. Admitted students invited to interview should schedule through the buttons below.

 

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