PreLaw Learning Communities
Want to live with other PreLaw Students?
- Apply to live with other PreLaw Students
- When you sign up for housing, make sure to select "I am interested in going to Law school and/or am a registered participant in the TTU PreLaw Program." If you are unable to sign up for a Learning Community please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Apply to be a Community Advisor or Academic Mentor
- See our LC Facebook Page
What is a Learning Community?
- Learning Communities at TTU are specially designated floors where students with similar interests live together.
- Students are provided programming focused on those interests to increase access to faculty, academic staff, and students pursuing common goals.
- There is no additional cost for participating in Learning Communities.
- It provides a unique experience for students interested in going to law school after college to live together in an environment supporting their academic, personal, and professional success with assistance from the TTU PreLaw Program.
Why should I live in a Learning Community?
National Research shows that involvement in Learning Communities contributes to:
- Increased GPA and class attendance
- More Likely to graduate in four years
- Greater involvement on campus and in professional organizations
- Easier transition from high school to college
- Development of personal relationships with other students in the classroom
PreLaw Learning Communities opportunities:
- Live with Community Advisors pursing law school who are also PreLaw Program Ambassadors
- Gain access to exclusive PreLaw Learning Community events
- Live with other driven and motivated students pursuing law school
- Learn about law school admissions requirements and how to prepare
- Explore and apply principles of law through discussion and experiences
- Receive guidance from upper-class students
- Cultivate lasting relationships with peers and staff associated with the TTU PreLaw Program
- Create study groups and motivate each other to attend class, complete assignments, and exchange ideas