For Admitted Students

Welcome to the Drake Law School Class of 2020!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Drake Law School! We are excited for you to begin your path to becoming a legal professional, and we're here to help make your transition to Drake Law School as seamless as possible.

We've provided some information about the necessary steps to finalize enrollment as well as details you will need to know before arriving on campus.


Orientation - 2017

Students enrolling for the Fall of 2017 can find information regarding orientation schedule and details here:

New Student Orientation Schedule

If you attended the 2017 Summer Start Program, your modified orientation schedule can be found here:

Fall Orientation Schedule for Summer Start Students

Questions? Please call the Admission Office at 515-271-2782.

Admitted Student Days

Admitted Students Days will be announced later this fall. Please call or email us to set up an individual visit!

Check back for more information about upcoming events.

Campus Visits

If you haven't already visited campus, we invite you to do so either through our admitted students days (listed above) or through an individual visit. You can tour with a current student, sit in on a class, and meet with our admission staff.

To schedule your visit, call 515-271-2782 or email law-admit@drake.edu one week in advance.

Learn more about visiting Drake Law School.

Join the Class of 2021 Facebook Group

As a way to connect with your future classmates, join the Class of 2021 Facebook group.

This Facebook page is intended for admitted students to connect with each other on topics most important to you. Information will be posted occasionally to keep you up to date.


Questions? Contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at 515-271-2782 or law-admit@drake.edu.

Law School Events
September 21, 2017
07:00 PM - 09:00 PM
October 6, 2017
05:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Law School News
September 1, 2017
Drake Law School is hosting 29 Chinese law students from the Southwest University of Political Science & Law (SWUPL) as part of the Law School’s second annual Introduction to the American Legal System and American Law Program.
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