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ASU Pre-Law Center to celebrate grand opening,
offer faculty open house
March 9, 2008 --
The Arkansas State University College of Humanities and
Social Sciences and the ASU Pre-Law Club will be unveiling the newly
completed Pre-Law Center in a grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, March
12, 6 p.m. in Wilson Hall room 206.
The new center is located in Wilson 207A.
The evening's events will begin with a keynote address from Dr. Glen
Jones, senior associate vice chancellor, Academic Affairs and Research.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will follow, and refreshments
will be served.
Students will be allowed to sign up for a special trip to
Little Rock to tour the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's William
H. Bowen School of Law; they will also be able to register for various
workshops designed to improve their chances for admission to law school.
Admissions representatives from several law schools will be present to
speak with prospective students.
Those attending will also have a chance to register for a free LSAT prep
course valued at more than $1000.
Preceding the opening will be a faculty/staff open house on Tuesday,
March 11, from 2-4 p.m. Refreshments will be served, and the center's
co-directors, LaQuita Saunders, History, and Dr. Hans Hacker, Political
Science, will be on hand to answer questions and discuss the center's
offerings and services.
Wednesday will be a mandatory meeting for all ASU Pre-Law students.
For more information, contact LaQuita Saunders at (870) 972-2697,
email@example.com, or contact
Dr. Hans Hacker, firstname.lastname@example.org.