Aside from your LSAT score and GPA, your personal statement is the most important part of your law school application. Your personal statement is your chance to make a positive impression on a law school admissions committee and set yourself apart from other applications. Writing a Law School Personal Statement Workshop Saturday, October 24, 2020… Continue Reading Writing a Law School Personal Statement Workshop
Getting into Law School Workshop
Questions about law school? Getting into Law School Workshop Saturday, October 10, 2020 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. taught by Dr. Torges of the Political Science Department You will learn: about the application process and the important deadlines what law school admissions officials are looking for strategies for getting the best possible letters of recommendation… Continue Reading Getting into Law School Workshop
Wednesday Workshop for 9/21 – Achievement Fund
This week’s Wednesday’s Workshop for First Year Students will focus on the CHC Achievement Fund. Every year the CHC funds student travel abroad, internships, undergraduate research, conference travel, and many other educational enhancements. It is the single most important source of financial support available to students in the CHC. But you need to how it… Continue Reading Wednesday Workshop for 9/21 – Achievement Fund
Kaplan Representative will be on campus
This message is being sent on behalf of Dr. N. Bharathan: A Kaplan Representative will be on campus on Sunday, October 18th at 2:00 pm Name of the Representative : Gregory Murdock Will speak on testing (MCAT, DAT, GRE, etc.). Meeting Venue Room 106 in Zink Hall. This is an informational meeting that will give… Continue Reading Kaplan Representative will be on campus
Day of the Dead Workshop
The Tlacuilo Honor Society at IUP will be hosting a Day of the Dead workshop this Saturday, October 10th from 2-3 pm in the HUB Susquehanna room. Anyone interested in day of the dead and its activities on campus are encouraged to come. At the workshop individuals will be able to learn about the history,… Continue Reading Day of the Dead Workshop
CHC Priority Registration Begins October 13
Cook Honors College students will schedule beginning on October 13th. You should schedule a meeting in the next two weeks with your academic adviser to plan your spring schedule. Freshman will have a detailed overview of their requirements for the CHC curriculum tonight and on Wednesday during the Fall First Year Workshop. This weeks workshop… Continue Reading CHC Priority Registration Begins October 13
Stressed? KORU Mindfulness is for you!
Dear student: Are you feeling stressed? Do you have a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep? Do you continually judge yourself and your performance? Do you find yourself focusing on the past and the future more than the present? If you answered yes to any of these questions, KORU Mindfulness is for you! Kim… Continue Reading Stressed? KORU Mindfulness is for you!
Getting into Law School Workshop
Getting into Law School Workshop Saturday, October 17 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. taught by Prof. Gwen Torges, faculty member of the Political Science Department You will learn: about the application process and the important deadlines what law school admissions officials are looking for strategies for getting the best possible letters of recommendation how to… Continue Reading Getting into Law School Workshop
Pre-med Seminars – First Workshop (MCAT Advice)
Not sure about the medical school application process? Have questions about the MCAT? When to take it or how to study? Want advice on personal statements specifically for medical school? Need to figure out what medical schools sound right for you? I’m here to help! As a senior pre-medical student, I have struggled with the… Continue Reading Pre-med Seminars – First Workshop (MCAT Advice)
Mock Trial Club Informational Meeting
Mock Trial Club Informational Meeting Thursday, September 3, 5:30 p.m. 165 Keith Hall If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the President of the Mock Trial Society, Patricia Gonzalez, at BQYS@iup.edu.
Cook Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops – Fall 2015
CHC first year students are required to attend a series of workshops for which they will receive credit for up to 30 hours of community service. All students awarded a merit scholarship have a 60 hour requirement for service every year, with workshops accounting for up to half of this requirement for first year students.… Continue Reading Cook Honors College Co-Curricular Workshops – Fall 2015