Community College—Perspectives

Starting your education at a community college can save you money, strengthen your credentials, and allow you to stay close to family. Many people choose law school as a goal, and there are numerous paths to get there.

What do law schools say?

Who is a community college student?

Community College Students: Think About Law School



The Community College Path to Law School

Law Schools ♥ Community College Students



Law Student Voices: Two Stories

“I wouldn’t be here today had it not been for my start at community college.”

“The reading and writing skills that I developed in community college became very, very important.”

Hear more student perspectives.

Application Aspects to Address

Letters of Recommendation



Prelaw Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Programs

First- and second-year college students: Get the skills you need to succeed in law school by attending a four-week summer prelaw program. There’s no cost to attend, and participants receive a small stipend.

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Upcoming Events

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August

15

Shades of Purple 2018 (Seattle, WA)
September

6

William Smith High School at Denver Law (Denver, CO)

7

Justice for All: Diversity and Inclusion in Law School Admissions (San Francisco, CA)

21

KIPP Denver Collegiate High School Visit to Denver Law (Denver, CO)

28

Clark 150 Celebration (Des Moines, IA)
November

10

Diversity & Inclusion Law Day (Williamsburg, VA)

17

Q&A: Queers and Allies Discover the Law (Topeka, KS)