JD Application Procedure
Supplemental Information, Visas and Additional Matters
When the documents described above have all been received, an application is complete. Until the application has been finally acted upon (and until the first day of attendance, if accepted and enrolling), however, you are obligated to advise the school of any changes in the information previously furnished. In particular, you should promptly report to the school any additional grades received and any other facts that would have required a different answer to the questions asked in the application. Such changes may be reported informally by e-mail to the Office of Admissions; if official verification is required, you will be so advised. You must have received, or expect to receive by the Summer of 2013, a bachelor's degree (or the equivalent) from an approved college. All offers of admission are conditional upon graduation.
In order to register as students, Stanford University requires that all those who are not U.S. citizens or U.S. registered permanent residents must obtain and maintain an appropriate visa status for their stay in the United States.
If you are offered admission, Stanford reserves the right to withdraw that offer of admission if: 1) you show a significant drop in academic performance or fail to graduate; 2) there has been a misrepresentation in or breach of any of the terms of the Stanford Law School (SLS) application process; 3) we learn that you have engaged in behavior prior to the first day of enrolled SLS attendance that indicates a serious lack of judgment or integrity; or 4) you reserve a place in our entering class and make an enrollment commitment or place a deposit at another law school. Stanford further reserves the right to require you to provide additional information and/or authorization for the release of information about any such matter.