Meredith College has agreements with two law schools that allow students to save time and money by completing their senior year of undergraduate study and first year of law school simultaneously.
Students in both programs complete all general education requirements and major requirements at Meredith within three years, and then proceed to law school at Campbell University in downtown Raleigh, or at Elon University in downtown Greensboro, N.C. Successful completion of the Accelerated Law Degree Program saves students one year of year of college.
Why Pursue the Accelerated Law Degree Program at Meredith?
How it Works
Spend three years at Meredith College, completing all general education requirements and the coursework for your major. In your fourth year, begin study at Campbell Law or Elon Law, and the credits earned during this year will complete your Meredith degree while counting toward your law degree. (Students at Campbell Law can continue to live on campus at Meredith during this fourth year.)
Interested in pursuing this program or have questions? Please contact Whitney Ross Manzo, Ph.D., Program Coordinator and Pre-Law Adviser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Meredith’s general education program, which requires writing intensive courses, information literacy, and oral communication, builds skills that law schools want and that prepare our students for success in any career.” Whitney Ross Manzo, Ph.D., Program Coordinator and Pre-Law Adviser