Prelaw is neither a major nor a minor. Rather, prelaw is an educational goal signifying a student's interest in and intention to pursue postgraduate legal education. The prelaw advisor does not advise for any particular major, but serves as a resource for students as they pursue and apply to law schools. Students have access to both an academic advisor and a prelaw advisor as they complete an undergraduate degree.
The GPA is an important factor in the law school admissions process. Students should strive to develop a strong academic record and challenge themselves in their coursework.
When choosing a major, students should ask themselves the following: