President of Alpha Delta Pi sorority (current)
Omicron Delta Kappa - National Leadership and Honor Society initiate (current)
Charter member of Toastmasters, International (current)
Florida Public Relations Association member (current)
Jacksonville University Group Leader 2004-2005
Panhellenic Secretary 2005
Vice President of Alpha Delta Pi sorority 2005
I am applying to law schools for part-time enrollment in fall 2007. I plan to pursue a career in Human Resources/Business while I attend law school.
I know, I know...my LSAT is not great at all. Trust me - it's better than I planned and I'm sticking with it.
I'm hoping a good GPA that is on the rise and numerous internships during undergraduate will "keep me afloat" during the Admissions process.
Please write me a message if you have similar stats/any helpful hints!
Welcome to LSN... your GPA is good...you should get in Florida Coastal State Law School..its in Jacksonville. You probably know about it already...have you thought about retaking LSAT.... I wish you very best of luck with the painstaking process of law school admission process.
Hello, thanks for your positive coments on my wall. unfortunately i do not wish to reveal alot of personal information about my self on this site, that is why i did not list my undergraduate institution and other personal information.
i would advise you to stay positive, apply to a wide range of schools, find things that make you diffrent, and focus on that, a great personal statement will go a long way.
good luck, if you have any other questions, ill attempt to answer as much as i can.
Hi! I am starting Stetson in Spring '07 full time. They only have the part-time option for the fall semester start. I definitely think you should apply for both full time and part time program. I wouldn't say it's "easier" to get into the part time program, but I would say that it's less competition b/c it's not as many applications in that pool as it is for full time. I would also go ahead an pay that extra application fee to apply for Spring '08 as well. This way you're maximizing your chances all the way around.
And whatever you do, stay on top of your application. Show persistence and determination by continuously sending correspondence by email or mail to the admissions office to show your continued interest. I was personally talking to the Dir. of Admissions thru email and she said she really wanted to make sure that she chose those applicants whom she knew would definitely attend Stetson no matter what! And I told her I would so there it is!