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University, Villanova Enter Innovative Law School Partnership

University, Villanova Enter Innovative Law School Partnership

Villanova University School of Law admission is now guaranteed to qualifying University students through an innovative time- and expense-saving partnership.

Qualifying students will receive automatic admission and scholarship support to the law school and can earn a bachelor’s and juris doctor degree in six, rather than seven, years, as well as a minimum annual Villanova scholarship of $25,000.

The most unique feature of the agreement is a ‘3-3 program’ in which eligible students will be able to enroll at Villanova Law after three years at Scranton,” said Matthew Meyer, associate professor of philosophy.

Students must have completed 90 credits, 63 at Scranton, with a minimum GPA of 3.6 and LSAT score of 158. A maximum of 30 credits from the first year of law school can count toward the final 30 credits of a bachelor’s at Scranton. The program is not compatible with all undergraduate majors at Scranton.

The agreement also allows for automatic admission to Villanova Law for four-year Scranton graduates with a minimum GPA of 3.6 and LSAT score of 154, among other requirements. Such students will receive minimum annual scholarships of $5,000 at Villanova.

Read the full article, here.

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