Admissions Office Fellowships
The Admissions Fellows (“Fellows”) work under the supervision of the Associate Director for Admissions and Financial Aid.
The primary role of the Fellows is to serve as representatives of the College of Law. The Fellows will conduct a variety of tasks on behalf of the College of Law’s Office of Admission & Financial Aid, and they will also serve as coordinators for the volunteer ambassador component of the recruitment program. Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills are essential. The Fellows will share their time and experience with prospective students and their families, and other university guests to facilitate and enhance student recruitment for the College of Law. Fellows will communicate with prospective students about student life, answer their questions pertaining to our law program and course offerings, provide tours, and participate in student recruitment activities.
Availability during traditional business hours is required, but some evening and Saturday work, and possibly off-campus visits may be required. On a regular basis, Fellows work in the Admission Office, in-person, 2 business days (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays) per week, in 5-hour time blocks.
Stipend for Academic Year
Tuition Benefit for Academic Year
Prior admissions-related experience preferred.
First- and second-year students.
Application Requirements and Selection
Applicants must complete the Common App and provide the following:
- a résumé
- a written personal statement (no more than 500 words) that addresses the personal qualifications required by the scholarship
- Interview may be required.
Recipients will be selected by a committee of deans and the associate director for admissions and financial aid.