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DEADLINE - Pre Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Program (Alabama)
DEADLINE - Pre Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Program (Alabama)
WhenSunday, Mar. 31, 2019, 11 p.m. – 12 a.m.

Application Deadline: March 31
Program Dates: June 3–June 29

During the four-week program, The University of Alabama PLUS Scholars will be enrolled in several core courses which combine lecture, guest speakers and visits to law offices and courts. Students will also network with practicing lawyers, judicial representatives and law school admissions and career counselors. The rigorous curriculum, application and admissions training, and professional and personal development opportunities will help position students from diverse groups to compete for admissions to, enroll in, and thrive during law school.

All courses are taught by a highly skilled staff, including Alabama Law faculty and staff, practicing attorneys, judges, and upper-level law students.

All Scholars will be eligible to receive a $1,000 stipend. This stipend will be paid out in installments throughout the duration of the program. To remain eligible to receive all stipend payments, Scholars must attend required program classes and events, and must comply with all relevant campus housing and PLUS Program policies.

Housing and Student Life
Students participating in the Scholars Program will be provided dormitory housing. All students participating in the program are expected to live in the residence halls.

Student Eligibility and Application Process
This program targets college students who have just completed either their first or second year with at least a 2.5 GPA. All interested students currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate program are encouraged to apply. Students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree are not eligible for the program. To apply, interested students must submit the following materials, which must be received by March 31, 2019:

1. Completed application form. Please type or print legibly.

2. Resume. Please attach a résumé that includes any scholastic honors and awards that you have received. Also highlight significant extracurricular and community activities in which you have been involved.

3. Official or unofficial undergraduate transcript. You are required to submit a transcript from your current undergraduate institution verifying that you have at least a 2.5 grade point average and are currently in good standing.

4. Letter of recommendation. Students will be required to submit one letter of recommendation. The letter of recommendation should discuss your academic potential, writing ability, and professional promise.

All application materials should be received by UA Law on or before the application deadline.

Program Director: Daiquiri J. Steele
Phone: 205.348.4541

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