It’s almost here: the first seat deposit deadline.
Has anything ever felt so surreal? Have you ever felt less prepared? Have you ever questioned yourself or your choices more?
I get it. I really do. And it was that sentiment that drove me to try to help make this process as simple as possible for you.
The Admitted Students Guidebook is one of the things I am most proud of doing in my time at BC. I wanted to help students like you wrangle with what is one of the biggest decisions of your life, and, after you made your decision, to have all the information you would need to feel good about it.
But above all, the ASG is the Admissions Office’s, the student body’s, and my way of showing you that you are very much wanted at BC Law, and we hope you choose us.
So here it is, in all its glory: Volume 2 of the Admitted Students Guidebook.
Many thanks to my 2L pals Alana Clark and Leah Herscovici for their tireless editing efforts and support, and to Nate Kenyon for always having our back at Impact and beyond.
Charlene is a 3L and has been with BC Law Impact since her time as a 1L. Check out her posts on cultural competence and things she wishes she knew as a 1L, from day one to the last exam. You can reach her here or at firstname.lastname@example.org.