Frequently Asked Questions
What are the program's dates/times for Summer 2023?
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When will I be able to register for the program?
Students who have paid a seat deposit to SULC will receive an official invitation via text within 3-5 days of payment.
What is the expected attire during the program?
Casual attire is accepted. However, students should not wear tank tops, distressed/ripped clothing, or garments that would be considered political speech.
What's the cost of the program?
The program is totally free and all materials and resources will be provided by Southern University Law Center
Who can I contact for additional information?
All questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Am I required to have my own computer?
Yes. Although class is conducted via Zoom and is accessible via cell phone/mobile device, a reliable computer is the best way to access Canvas, our learning management system (LMS), that is used for all reading materials and assignments. Computer access is also mandatory to take the final assessment via ExamSoft, our testing and assessment software.
Which session should I register for?
Your choice of session should be determined by your availability this summer and your program of enrollment in the fall. In general, students who will be enrolled in the day programs in the fall (as full-time or part-time students) should register for one of the day sessions. Likewise, students who will be enrolled in the evening program should register for the evening session. But, if your summer schedule does not allow you to follow that general guidance, all will be fine.
What time commitment should I expect?
This program is designed to provide the enrolled student an opportunity to experience the rigor they can expect in the fall. Besides the time spent during class, students can anticipate spending several hours outside of class on readings and assignments.
Are classes conducted synchronously or asynchronously?
SULC provides a synchronous program. Students are expected to be present, sharing video, and fully engaged during class. Further, students can expect to be called on in class to participate in class dialogue.
I would love to attend but my schedule does not allow me to. What other options are available to me?
Although we believe that SULC’s pre-law program provides the best preparation for SULC students, summer schedule conflicts are understandable and unavoidable, in most cases. There are several commercial programs that are available. You should contact them directly with any questions regarding their specific programs as we are only able to provide details on our program.
I applied to several pre-law programs and I am unsure which program is best for me. What do you suggest?
There are several commercial programs that are available. SULC’s program prides itself on providing the student an opportunity to begin their transition to law school during the summer. Courses are taught by SULC faculty members and supported by SULC teaching assistants (BSA members).