Western Oregon University (WOU) encourages students with a serious interest in law to take advantage of the undergraduate WOU program over four years and to pursue the 4+3 program, with direct admission to Willamette University College of Law (Willamette Law). For more information contact the pre-law advisor, Dr. Mark Henkels, at email@example.com.
The 4+3 Direct Admission Program allows undergraduate students studying at WOU and WOU alumni to gain admission to Willamette Law based on certain academic credentials. If a student meets these credentials, admission to Willamette Law will be automatic. WOU students and alumni who are admitted under the direct admission program are guaranteed a Direct Admission scholarship of $10,000, renewable each year the student is enrolled at Willamette Law and remains in good standing.
Interested students must meet the program’s eligibility requirements, as outlined below:
Alternative Eligibility for the Direct Admissions Program: An exemplary student who (A) wishes to participate in the Direct Admissions Program, (B) did not qualify to apply for the Direct Admissions Program because of LSAT or GRE score, but (C) who meets all other eligibility requirements, may contact Leah Straley at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss alternative eligibility.