Penn State Undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time are invited to apply to the accelerated bachelor’s/J.D. program with Penn State Dickinson Law.
Interested students must:
- Work closely with their academic advisor, Brandywine Advising & Career Services and the Dickinson Law Admissions office.
- Email [email protected] to obtain initial advising and to be added to the listserv for ongoing updates.
Top Reasons to Consider Dickinson Law:
- 6 vs. 7 years
Complete undergraduate and graduate programs in as few as 6 years vs. the traditional 7 years, transferring to Dickinson Law after 75% of your undergraduate degree is satisfied.
- $20,000 per year Grant
Admitted applicants through this program will be considered Commonwealth Scholars Grant recipients and will receive a tuition-specific grant valued at $20,000 /year per the terms of the agreement.
- Antiracist Development Institute (ADI)
Learn more about Dickinson’s national leadership as it aims to dismantle institutional racism within law schools. This “interdisciplinary approach to legal education provides law students and lawyers the critical thinking skills that accompany introspection about the role of legal education and the legal profession in creating, interpreting, and counseling of laws that have scaffolded structural racism in American society in contravention of the fundamental value of equality vis-à-vis equal liberty, equal justice, equal citizenship, equal rights, and equal protection of the laws.” https://dickinsonlaw.psu.edu/antiracist-development-institute https://dickinsonlaw.psu.edu/dickinson-law-announces-antiracist-development-institute
- GRE vs. LSAT
Dickinson Law accepts the GRE as a valid and reliable test for all law school applicants who do not have a valid LSAT score on file.
- Near the State Capital
Penn State Dickinson Law is located in beautiful Carlisle PA, just 25 miles west of Harrisburg.
For more details, including eligibility, visit: https://dickinsonlaw.psu.edu/accelerated-bachelorsjd-program