SULC Board of Student Advisors
Applications are now closed for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Thank you for your interest.
The Board of Student Advisors, formerly known as the Teaching Assistant Program, is an enhanced program that allows upperclassmen to enjoy a broader assortment of obligations than what was traditionally required of SULC teaching assistants.
Operated through the Office of Academic Support, BSA members serve as teaching assistants and as mentors to all first-year students. Student advisors not only provide academic assistance to students as they work through the first year curriculum, but the members also provide a support network for those challenged with making the transition into law school. Thus, the board’s mission is to build a strong community among the SULC family by working together to ensure that all students are successful at this important stage of their careers.
If you have any questions about the Board of Student Advisors, please contact Kimberly Hardy-LaMotte with the Office of Academic Support by calling (225) 771-2552 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.