College of Law


Confirm Your Intent to Enroll

To secure your place in the Class of 2025 Cohort, please pay a nonrefundable seat deposit of $500. The nonrefundable $500 seat deposit will be applied toward your fall tuition statement. Your seat deposit deadline will be communicated to you in your letter of admission

In addition, admitted students will need to login to their application status portal to access the "Reply to Offer" form and confirm their intent to enroll in the program.


Create a Campus Information Services (CIS) Account

Log-in to using the university ID (uNID) included in your admissions letter and default password (which is your birthdate in MMDDYY format). You will use your CIS account to pay tuition, access library resources, view grades, access your academic records, and more. More importantly, any future communication (including student loan information) will take place via your University of Utah email account, accessible via CIS.


Log On to Your University Email Account (Umail)

Using your new university ID (uNID), log-in to your UMail account at Please note: All future communications with the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, and other university departments such as the Office of Financial Aid, will be delivered electronically to your UMail account only.


Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The priority filing date for the 2024-25 FAFSA is February 1. Please note, the office of financial aid will still review FAFSAs if the application is still submitted after our priority filing date. Read more about Fafsa here:


For financial aid processing instruction and checklist visit the University of Utah Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (UoSFA) here. Students should also visit the UoSFA at financial to learn more about financial aid. Students are encouraged to check the Campus Information Services (CIS) website at to review the status of their financial aid file.

All students should keep their mailing address updated through Campus Information Services to permit timely correspondence from the UOSFA. It is important to check your University of Utah assigned email (UMail) account often as this is our primary means of communication.

PLEASE NOTE: All students must be prepared to pay their own tuition and fees by the due date. The UOSFA does not guarantee that financial aid will be processed in time to pay tuition by the deadline. However, every effort will be made to help students.


Financial Aid Staff & Virtual Hours

For questions about Financial Aid, please contact Courtney Young at