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How do I request a transcript or letter of standing?

A request form for transcripts and/or letters is located under the Contact tab on the website.

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Why is GUCL closing in May 2024?

As of the spring 22/23 quarter, GUCL will begin operating under a teach-out plan with the full closing of the law school taking place in late 2024. Enrollment of new students has ceased and the 2024 graduating class will be the school's last. Despite exceptional effort, significant challenges navigating post-pandemic realities have proved that continuing to operate the school beyond May 2024 is untenable.

During this transition, within the parameters of the teach-out plan, the law school will continue to operate normally.

What is the class schedule?

Students attend one class per evening. First-year students attend class 2 to 3 nights per week, second and third-year students 4 nights per week, and fourth-year students 3 nights per week. All classes are scheduled to meet from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday nights.

How do I pay for my education?

GUCL students have the option to make tuition payments quarterly, monthly, or with a student loan, whichever suits their finances best.

How is GUCL's Bar Exam pass rate?

GUCL students pass the CA Bar Exam! See GUCL's statistics on the Pass the Bar Exam page. Bar pass rates for all ABA, CBA, and Non-Accredited law schools in California are available here.

What academic support programs are offered?

Skill development and academic success are taken seriously at GUCL. Our support programs provide students with access to abundant resources throughout the four-year program. These include New Student Orientation, Legal Method and Examsmanship, BARBRI Law Student Success Resources, and BARBRI Bar Review.

What careers do your alumni have?

Glendale University College of Law Alumni have found success in a wide variety of legal settings, some of which include:

  • Superior Court Judge
  • Court Commissioner
  • Senior Assistant Attorney General
  • Deputy District Attorney
  • City Attorney
  • Public Defender
  • Assistant Chief Counsel
  • Named Partner, Equity Partner, and Associate
  • Small Firm/Solo Practitioner
  • Appellate Attorney
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Criminal Defense Attorney
  • Civil Litigator, Plaintiff and Defense
  • Law Enforcement Leadership
  • Police Detective
  • Children's Advocate
  • Real Estate Litigator

Do I have to take the "Baby Bar" (First Year Law Students Exam)?

No! Since Glendale is accredited by the State Bar of California, students admitted as Degreed-Regular (BA or higher) and Non-Degreed Regular (minimum 60 su) are EXEMPT from the Baby Bar.