Remember, student aid is meant to supplement, not replace, your own resources. A student loan may not cover all your costs and you will be responsible for making up the difference. Your eligibility for full-time funding for the semester in which you applied will be reassessed. If you continue your studies in the next semester, you will have to reapply for funding.
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Expect a commitment of six to eight or more years. Admission to law school is generally based on the following criteria:. Some law schools require only two or three years of university study, while others prefer an undergraduate degree. Your application will likely be more competitive if you have completed your undergraduate degree. Consider selecting courses or a degree in which you have a strong interest, and include courses that will enhance and develop your skills in critical analysis, logical reasoning, written and oral communication. In addition, consider courses or a program that you can excel at to ensure your GPA is as high as possible to meet or exceed admission requirements. Athabasca University does not offer a law degree.
Phone: Many mature students have some worries about returning to school. At NAIT, mature students are often our highest achievers. You already know how to prioritize, how to juggle commitments and how to use your time effectively. You likely have clear goals in mind, and have sacrificed something to come to school.
We understand that you have questions about grades and admissions in light of the changes being made by many universities to grading practices for the current term. We are working on finding answers to your questions, and we will provide updates on our admissions page once we have information to share. We anticipate that it could be several weeks before we have answers for you. Please note that we cannot advise prospective students on the best course of action to take with respect to courses that are in progress. We are currently receiving more email messages than we can respond to in a timely way, and we ask for your patience as we work through this unprecedented situation.