How do I arrange a visit to ASL?


Visit ASL

We encourage all applicants to visit campus! Call us and we will set up your personal visit.

ASL encourages you to visit campus prior to applying. Why? Because it's the best way to determine whether ASL is the ideal place for you to pursue your law degree. Campus maps and directions to campus are available.  And at ASL, parking is always Free! 

Your Visit

During your visit to ASL, you may:

  • Talk with our current students to learn more about ASL through their experience
  • Meet with the faculty to ask questions about their teaching style and the experience they bring to the classroom
  • Tour the campus to get a feel for what will become your home for three years
  • Visit the Law Library and talk with the staff there about our extensive databases and other resources
  • Take in a Moot Court session or visit with any one of the students who lead our student organizations
  • Learn about life in Grundy by exploring the town while you're here; you may also explore your housing options
  • Enjoy hiking, rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, or any number of outdoor activities that are on your doorstep as a student at ASL
  • Visit nearby cities to explore cultural and entertainment options that will offer you a break from your studies


Hotel options for visitors to ASL include:

  • Comfort Inn, just a few minutes from campus at 22006 Riverside Drive, Grundy. Call 877-424-6423 or 276-935-5050 for reservations.
  • The Lodge at Breaks Park, about 30 minutes from campus. Call 800-982-5122 or 276-865-4413 for reservations.
  • Holiday Inn Express, Claypool Hill (Richlands area), about 40 minutes from ASL. Call 888-465-4329 or 276-596-9880 for reservations.
  • Super 8 Motel, Claypool Hill (Richlands area), about 40 minutes from ASL. Call 888-288-5081 or 276-964-9888 for reservations.

Contact Us

If you are ready to schedule a visit, email us or call us at (276) 244-1203. We will do our best to tailor a visit that suits your needs and answers your questions.

Unable to Visit?

If you cannot find time to visit campus, you may be able to meet representatives from ASL at a college/university Law Fair event or LSAC Forum in your area. You may also learn more about ASL through our virtual tour.