We’re glad you’re thinking about law school and considering C|M|LAW among your options. Admission to law school requires that you have successfully completed a Bachelor’s Degree program from a regionally accredited college or university.
Regionally accredited? What does that mean?
A school's accreditation is your assurance that the school has met specific requirements in terms of quality faculty, facilities, academic programs, student services, success of its graduates, and the overall management of the institution. Regional accrediting agencies include:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
- Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Cleveland State University is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. You can most likely find a school’s accreditation statement on their website or in their printed college bulletin.
Learn more about Cleveland State University, our Bachelor’s Degree Programs and how to apply!
DiscoverLaw.org geared for diverse high school students considering a career in law - we encourage you to visit the website. Hear stories of lawyers making a difference across the country and around the world.
To learn more about diversity in the legal profession, please visit the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Discover Law website. The Discover Law campaign has a wealth of information, tips and resources to help you prepare a competitive application for law school.
Did you know:
- Graduates of Cleveland State University’s Honors Program have an advantage in applying to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law?
Cleveland-Marshall partners with many colleges and universities to offer students the opportunity to earn their law degrees more quickly and economically through joint 3+3 Bachelor’s/Law Accelerated Degree Programs.