Apply to Become a Guest
We are excited you are interested becoming a Guest at Maryland Carey Law. If you have any questions about the applications process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (410) 706-3492.
Start Your Application
To apply to become a guest at Maryland Carey Law, please complete the following application:
Guest admission is available to law school graduates and members of the bar who may need to take a course or courses to supplement previous studies or for professional reasons. Guest students may take no more than eight credits total at Maryland Carey Law. Credits earned as a guest student will not be applied to degree requirements should the student enroll in a Maryland Carey Law degree program in the future. Not all offerings and programs are open to guest students, and enrollment is dependent upon the availability of space and administrative approval. Lastly, guest students are subject to the same academic regulations and procedures as regularly enrolled students.
July 1 - Fall application deadline
December 1 - Spring application deadline
May 1 - Summer application deadline
Guest Application Checklist
A completed application file for a guest applicant consists of the following:
- Application for guest admission: If there are openings in the course(s) of interest to you, submit the Guest Application directly to the Office of Admissions by email to email@example.com.
- Résumé: Submit a complete résumé or curriculum vitae by email to firstname.lastname@example.org your education, employment, skills, honors, awards and accomplishments.
- Official law school transcript (or letter verifying date of graduation): Sent directly from the registrar's office at the applicant's law school to the Office of Admissions at Maryland Carey Law. Transcript/letter may be sent by email to email@example.com or mail to 500 West Baltimore Street, Suite 130, Baltimore, MD 21201.
- Statement of interest: Submit a brief statement by email to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why you are interested in taking a course at Maryland Carey Law.
- Application for in-state classification (Maryland residents only): The Office of the Registrar for the University of Maryland, Baltimore makes residency determinations. Applicants claiming Maryland residency must complete an Application for In-State Classification, and submit the application to the University’s Office of the Registrar. All applicants are considered non-residents for tuition purposes until the Application for In-State Classification has been submitted and approved. For more information about the in-state classification process and criteria, please see visit the Office of the Registrar website.
How to Apply
Print, sign, and date your application form. Submit your application and additional required materials to the Office of Admissions by email to email@example.com.
Tuition and Fees
You can find information about the tuition and fees for individual courses and credits here. We also encourage you to review payment policies and billing/payment methods.