* Submission of FAFSA and completed application by this date guarantees financial aid consideration for the current term.
** Applicants applying for admission after this date may be eligible for financial aid through the submission of the FAFSA. Due to possible timing issues or time constraints, financial aid may not be available for disbursement by the first day of class. Students must secure other funding in the meantime to guarantee their continued enrollment.
Prospective students must meet one of the following criteria:
The student wishes to complete a bachelor's degree in the evenings through Samford University's Evening College and also wishes to include the paralegal certificate as part of his or her degree plan. The Evening College is the administrative office that manages the needs of students who fall into this category. Talk to an Evening College advisor by calling 205-726-2898 or visit their website.
The following materials are required before we can begin to review your application.
As noted above, applicants who do not have a degree and who do not intend to pursue a bachelor's degree must meet additional criteria before their application can be reviewed, and an application decision made. The Paralegal Studies Certificate Program admits students for the fall, spring, and summer terms. For more information, view our catalog.
We are located in Robinson Hall (building #48 on the Campus Map). Laura Tomlin's office is on the Mezzanine, Room M10 and Penny Seals's office is located on the third floor, room 329.