Kern County College of Law enrolls first year students for Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters. Please note that the Spring and Summer admission programs are programs with a non-traditional first semester curriculum. For more information about our programs, prior to applying, contact our Assistant Dean of Admissions and Recruitment, Dean Dowsett at email@example.com. For questions about your application, please contact our Assistant Dean of Admissions, Adam Ancira-Corrigan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admission to Kern County College of Law is competitive and is limited to students who have displayed the requisite maturity, experience, and academic success necessary to be successful in the study of law. The Admissions Committee reviews applications using a “rolling admissions” process throughout the year. Your file will achieve optimal consideration from the Admissions Committee when your application is received early, rather than waiting until the deadlines for Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
Applications received after the application deadline may be considered on a space-available basis but will be assessed an additional late fee ($175).
Applicants for admission should be aware of the nature of the profession, the rigorous requirements for study, and the commitment required to be successful in the study of law.