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3+3 Dual-Degree Law Program Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
Ryan Sullivan
22:25
Ryan Sullivan
Michael Mitrano
22:28
Michael Mitrano
Callie Ruiter
22:28
Callandra Ruiter
Sarah Milch
22:29
Sarah Milch
Anusha Memon
22:29
Anusha Memon
Peyton Perry
22:33
Peyton Perry
leilani
22:35
leilani jones
Alexis Lahrheim
22:39
Alexis Lahrheim
Anthony Guadagna
22:40
Anthony Guadagna
rdv
22:49
Ruth Del Vecchio
Alexandra's iPhone
22:59
Alexandra Luehrman
Alyssa
24:59
Alyssa Arends
rdv
41:43
Is it possible to transfer to a different law school after your three undergraduate years?
Alyssa
41:56
Is it possible to squeeze in the QU in Washington program and studying abroad into your undergrad with the 3+3 program? Or is that too much to take on?
Callie Ruiter
43:26
Is it possible to change your major part of the way through the undergraduate?
Alexis Lahrheim
43:30
Are taking summer courses mandatory in the 3+3 program? If not, is taking summer courses beneficial to help manage the workload?
KM
44:21
Kellen Miller
Callie Ruiter
45:08
If you had to back out of the program midway through, could you graduate with only the bachelors? Could you keep it if you’d made all of the requirements already?
Sarah Milch
45:33
If we commit to the program now, are we locked into that decision or is it possible to change your mind after the first year?
Kayzjah Charles
46:35
how accessible are the internships for undergrads or they exclusive to senior member in the program
Ryan Sullivan
46:36
By participating in the 3+3 program, are you guaranteed acceptance into the QU Law School? How do the LSATs factor into this process?
Alyssa
47:57
It is my understanding that the QU law school only offers an LLM in Health Law. If a student wanted to get their LLM at another law school in a different specialization (after completing the 3+3 program), would the Quinnipiac law school/3+3 program advisers be able to help that student in entering another law school?
Alexis Lahrheim
49:08
Would one be at a disadvantage if their major is not related to a specific concentration (ex. criminal justice, political science, etc.) or specific area of law?
Peyton Perry
52:10
It was mentioned that there are about 35 undergraduate students in the program, are they’re a wide amount of students who later join the students at the law school from other universities/colleges?
leilani
53:37
if we were offered scholarships for our undergraduate studies do they continue into law school as well?
Anthony Guadagna
53:40
You mentioned that AP credits are transferable, are dual enrollment class credits also transferable?
steve
55:43
How many students are in the 3+3 for each class year?
rdv
57:16
Is it possible to transfer to a different law school after your three undergraduate years?
Ryan Sullivan
59:05
As follow up to my first question, what percentage of students who participate in the 3+3 program do get accepted into the Law School?