Faculty pre-law advisors will help you plan a curriculum of study, balancing personal interests with excellent preparation in the liberal arts to enhance your chances of law school admission. Students interested in law school do not need to have a faculty pre-law advisor serve as their primary academic advisor at the College. However, students are expected to consult regularly with a faculty pre-law advisor to discuss their course schedule.

Staff pre-law advisors complement the work of the faculty advisors to help you consider law school, identify appropriate out-of-classroom activities, and be ready for the law school admissions process.