A&S Pre-Law Resources
The Academic Advancement Center (AAC) offers support services that help Ohio University undergraduates to reach their academic goals. Tutoring services, academic skill development, and academic guidance are provided through credit courses and individual and group study sessions to support and challenge students as learners.
The Allen Student Help Center, which is located in the Academic Achievement Center, offers guidance for students who are academically lost or have multiple concerns, along with walk-in study skills assistance, academic Success Workshops, and walk-in or appointment-based assistance.
The Pre-Law Advising Center provides professional guidance to Ohio University's pre-law majors and students interested in legal careers. The pre-law adviser also plays a critical role in the center's teaching and research activities. The Pre-Law Advising Center is located on the first floor of Bentley Hall.
Writing tutoring is available at the Student Writing Center (SWC) FREE of charge to all Ohio University students. Students can make an appointment for a face to face or virtual meeting by visiting the SWC in Alden Library on the second floor.
The Law School Admission Council, or LSAC, is a non-profit entity composed of more than 200 law schools. LSAC provides products and services to facilitate the admission process for law school applicants. The website has a wealth of materials useful to those interested in applying to law school. Potential law students need to register with LSAC prior to taking the LSAT.